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SIT7BLOPES, LETTER-HEADS, , - OEORGFE WARREN, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. "Comtjto.yourwinaowlovo. - ' ' t . l Tho stars arc bright abovo In the sky And I'm standing here, ala?. In the wet and tangled crass. .fcAnd,I sigh" " f-." To fcavo you at the window there display your " T seal-brow- Tt ESTABMSHJI1859. n-- l, , . i sand-pump Tlie Oldest NcAVSpapcajn Wcstoi-- u Kciitxiolcy. .... u L3 "BILL-BCE-A-rD- S. HICK MAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY Thc Egyptian Fellah lasrvTcajkTioisrs. - - ' ETC., ETC, 9, 1884.. THE DAIRY. VOL: Xp.-N- O. GollliWrt Home. 32, OATiTj AH1) SXIXI SCHOOL XSD CHURCH. TJ- - i fc i 11, IT i J 111. h : the melting of twilight into niit, the A Symposinm of Fish Stories. throngof, riders and drivers r)assed. ' "We were boring at si depth 0 about The "laUv's" carriage ritw.ismhdHH- and the top was thrown back) unalast three hundred and fortv feet on .Thurs- .ii .111: j. ne cavalier was riurribesiue r Aat' " cmil inrnrlfumn irAll.hnrav ' """ V, it! He dis mounted a it drew ..IbeW wasworkmg at George Ehret brewery. e stopped the .door, assisted her to the paj, and "'hon;vo struct water. eye. ' to took his leave' For several aftdioons, and put down tnat ar Odalnoscf divine, " successively, the geutleman'lpfiear- - clean out. Wo hauled her up and , J.ust ?"you will be mine, . ance, mounted on his noble iiimal, emptied her, and one of the boys savs: ' AaiU'm free 3, 6tate, my little pet, was simultaneous with that of te'ladv Hello! hero's a fish!' It was cut up" in i roryohrladyrtiiprn get. pieces, but the fins were there anil it H at her carnage. A Uttlo QtiOooAhne cottage painted red be-One evening they were quite lie in was fresh. It must have beon about a 3W iu ecjw u their return. Finallv, the landaiilrew foot long. up before the door. It was too drk to . "l-7? .n-- v morc stories like ' Of "'idfaJinow.jny 6weet,iL'. the sue faces, but I could have swore tho thatj- asKcu me reporter, looking in- eer should trjeat, ' And Ihc rose equestrian was not .the strangorllN'o! quinngly around to each of the mon. ThatUreams upon its stalk " A "Well, I can beat that," said a d n the- frnjrrant ; lie demounted, opened the door (khe young fellow. "I knowed a ' 'But the doze carriage, and the gentleman andjady "Orthoro?e. man who was borin' an oil well near ' fn(Jt.,l0K,o-TV01'n,6 tender clows. descended! The footman had rod his Bradford, Pa., and, by gum! hodrawed jfhorse, while he, happv man! occoied Andtho stara' '.i And guitars , a seat "bv the side of fair oni I up a live fish over a foot long, and it AIn tipatch blzln 'Si, your sweet-ncs- s watched the progre thethis of amourfor lived a dav or two. He was borin' at knows. several days, anil still the strangaHKul' 400 feet, too!" 'naverrrterett trionarxsxjr'jxaSsiai;' vTAnaieU you what I'm worth "Wall, Pdon'f kn6w anv fish storv. vv ortn in however, about three o'clock p. TnTT? cash f you'll crook your saw lum lounging past, with that eafi said a powerful young man with bare ear, That the tidings you may hear." and self possesion which characterize arms; "but I do know somethin' purty Like a hash He beard the curtain rustle and the raising of him.' tip close to it I was testin' soil with a lot lie passed and rcpa-sc- d the sash. house two or three times, and thm of fellers about a year and a half ago rather hastily ascending the steps pf for the ship canal through Delaware. Then he talked about his sheks. Which ho had in shining pecks. the portico, pulled the bell. The not We were about sixty miles from the coast, and durned if'we didn't draw up So he said: d moment he was admitted, and And the maiden gently gushed. a pile of oyster shells. They looked only out of m sight. But And coyly, sof tly blushed, just like an ordinary oyster shall, and Stuck her head a moment, reader! Jp Out n yard, and sdid she'd have him aftor for attic hath its advantages! T& the inside was' white anil "shin v. They 'Easter they'll be wed. blinds of the wee were nearly 200 feet down." -I- Vwfr. "Is there auother?" asked tho redrawn, and impervious to any glakc porter, as he turned sadly awa'. A 110MANUE OF BROADWAY. from the street;but the leaves wfe "Hold on a minute," said a bushy-eye"Hiave earned tliree shillings, York, turned so as to admit the light of heann old fellow, whose and my own gaze! I could see throujti this blessed afternoon J" I exclaimed, the spaces directly down into the roan brows haa been wrinkled in thought with exultation, as I for some minutes, as he raised his threw down my pen, which 1 had been as distinctly as if 'there was no obstruc- up and assumed a determined head air. diligently using for four hours (I was tion. This I irivc as a hint to all efflI've got one fur yer. I was borin' in corncd who have rerohing leaves!o penning "an article" for a certain Florence, Mass., wo had just 'monthly," dear reader), pushed my their Venetian blinds. Attic gentle- mrougii a big, and rock. Wo got hard put men are much edified thereby! Tfe closely-writte- n manuscripts from me, down the pump just two hundred and and complacently took a yellow citir next moment he was in the room, lis twenty-on-e and half feet and pulled from my jiat, which I have made ?nv hand upon his heart another, and IV her out. WIioh a we emptied hor there him at her feU! Sir would that I Ed chief pocket since my fifth year; th'e were two the time, 1 believe, when my discriminating language to paint you tho scene! l33v dirt about lizards crawlin' about in was long, Ithen leaned the "art of love!"f black, an' six inches Uiirty-oig- One patents exchanged mv infant cap for t'other black the manly castor. Three York shilling shall have confidence, I have so gooda and yellow spots.had his is a solum' 'J pattern, w lion I go to make m$-- detbrr - ii,-- ' have I mntln fiii lilriol atio'i: The declaration, the con v'i$i, truth. Wo giv' the lizards to Amherst be thanked, and now I can e College, and they've got 'em there yet, a little "ease in mine inn!" the acceptation all passed beneath ne preserved in two' bottles.'- most edifyingly. Then came the labal "Whereupon I ignited 1113 cigar with a "Can't yon asked the apparatus, a gift from seal that made" his bliss secure. Byiis reporter, turning to the last of the animated gestures I could see he'ias my considerate landlady pray Heaven d party, a little, man, with she charge it not in her bill to save, urging her to some sudden step. Sic small, twinkling eyes. at first appeared reluctant, but graduher .candles, and ascending tho three "Well, I'm an 'old borer," he ansteps to my window, I seated mvself in ally becoming more placable, yieldSL swered. nigh on my accustomed chair, and forthwith be- In ten minutes the landau was at 2ie years, and"Been borin' can beatto thirtv I reckon I that if door. They came out arm in arm a5l gan to speculate on tilings external. It anvbodv kin." of the party was that; calm, lovely time, which is entered it! I could hear the orderlo grew interested, The rest and looked impatient wont to usher in the twilight of the to the coachman, "Drive to St. John's as the old fellow took out a huge plug Church.'-- ' "An elopement!' thoughtl. summer evening. The roll of wheels of tobacco off a in Broadway beneath mo was ceaseless. "Having been in at breaking coveSl mouthful. and gnawed about generous (spurt) "It was will bo in at the death!" and taking my Bright forms Hashed bv in gay caryears ago. I was borin' hat and gloves I descended as if ca- twenty-liv- e riages! The happy, the gallant, tho (spurt) in Pennsylvnny. We beautiful were all forth to take the air rried a policy of insurance upon my fie down to (spurt) almos' one had got on the fashionable evening drive! Why in my pocket, tho long llights of stairs feet, when all of. a suddin thousand the drill was I not with the cavalcade? "Where to the street, bolted out of tho front bpgan to go nice and eas-- . It was door and followed tho landau, whicK I was my Rosinante? Where was- - mv about lime to clean out, so we let down cst.'lbllgllment.r, Echo answered discerned just T turning the corncnof the pump and drew her tip slowly. .."11 Qfrnaf finul uuv.. iiunuiim mil t- - i. 4ju fll....r 1 puffed away silently and vuu... iai, "where?" She was purty lights AJ'ell, sho vigorously for a few seconds, as these foot. I echew omnibuses.. They ire up. aad we took hereout koerfuliycame and vulgar! When I arrived at the chuith mental queries assailed mo; and, blessed held her over a trough, and what d'ye carriage smoother of the troubled, oh. incom the ..: " i was before it.. and the "hsb-..-.. think wo found in her?" 1.. jumuu logetuer, were parable cigar.' my philosophy returned. j jnwi, auc-iii)"O, cro on," shouted the others, qx- - Diagonally opposite to my window just crossinjr the trottoir to Therinning footman, who hadlelraTiV jitedly,. stands we expected. A puo 6 on Broadway. It is costlv with stone i iiiiussKu uie ceremony, touoweu tncin: dirtMust what and water." .V. Y. Times. The nexl day about noon a capacious and marble, lofty porticoj and colonnades". This edifice firsrattracted fnv family carriage rolled np to the dor of Why the Chinese Oppose Railroads. attention, by its architectural beauty, the mansion, followed by a banucbe Foreigners in China make a great Fint and eventually fixed it by a mystery with servants and baggage. whj de- outcry about the stupidity of the Chiscended an elderly gentleman, cast that seemed, to my curious eye, surnese in holding out against railroad. rounding one of its inmates! But I his eyes over the "building to se if it Chinese do hold out against railroads, stood where it did when he left 5t for will throw into the story-vei- n what I and the are quite right in doing so. have to relate, for it i3 a novelette in the Springs. Then came, one after They feel that to introduce railroads at itself. I qan unveil vou the niVstery. another, two beautiful girls, tjen a present would be to flood the country " handsome young man. "How gtad I lady! am that I have got home ajiin," with foreign engineers, contractors, A lady of dazzling beauty was an in- exclaimed one of the yonngladiesj run- managers machine mechanics, engine-drivermate of that mansion, and, for aught I ning up the steps to the door. "Ijwou-de- r etc.. and once there tho Chinaknow to thecontrary, its only inmate. men fear that they would never leave, where Every afternoon, arrayed in simple meet us?" Jane is, that she does not but get a hold on the country, and that white, with a.tloWer or two in her hair, The sylph rang the bell as she spoke. Ciiina would become a second India and she was seated .at the drawing-roorule. I could see d&wn through the blinds pass under foreign they Rather than window, gazing out upon the gay into the have the foreigner go without the spectacle Broadway exhibits of a scene! drawing room. There ras a railroad and bide their time. Railroads ' pleasant afternoon. I saw her the Hrst The gentleman was for going to the and all the rest will come as soon a moment I took possession of my dor- door, "and-thlady, his bride, was they can make and manage them withmant nook, and was struck with her striving to prevent him. "You sli3u't!" out our help. Coming up to Pokinfroin surprising loveliness. Every evenin" "I "I "I Tientsin 1 was surprised U look ont of I pahl distant homage to her beauty" say will.!". weresay 3911 shan't;" cer- m- - boat , and see telegraph posts I will!" interchanged as Dare a poor scribbler, a mere penny-a-linebetween the parties as if 1 had stretching along the country, and aspire to a nearer approach to tainly the words. The heard or learned that tlfereiiad been a telegraph such a divinity, enshrined in dollars rather husband prevailed!gentleman,him established between Tien'fiin and Tung I saw and cents? Chou, a place fifteen miles from the .o! I worshiped like a the room, and publican, afar o3'. "'Tis distance lends leave the street door, the next moment capital, ft was erected under foreign open Theyoungjadies supervision, enchantment to the view." But she started back at the presence of the new but is said to be worked was not destined to be worshiped bv all. footman. entirely by Chinamen. China feels herThe old gentleman, who was self One afternoon she was at her window, now competent to work a telegraph, at the door, inquired as he saw with a volume in her hand, him. loud enough for me to hear, and has it not only from near Pekin to when a gentleman of the most graceful "Who.in the dicken's name arc you, Tientsin, but from Tientsin onward to bearing rode past my window. He was sir?" a river port near Shanghai. As soon as well mounted, and sat his horse liko China feels that she can work a rail"I have the honor to be our an Arabian! way, the railway will come. A great what the boarding school misses would call an elegant fe "The deuce you have! And who may deal that is said about China being low!.a well-breready for railways is premature. There man of the world, a you have the lionor to be?" is hardly a place in the north of the remarkably handsome man! Tall, with "Tho Count L y," with a bow of Empire where a fine oval face, a black, penetrating ineffable condescension. a railroad would pay. eye, ami a- - mustache upon his lip, toWhat China wants first is good roads. "You are an impostor, sir!" gether with a fine figure and the most "Here is your eldest daughter, my After some ten or fifteen years of good perfect address, he was, what I should wife," replied the newly-mad- e roads, an intercommunication will husterm, a captivating man. His air, and band, taking by the hand his lovely spring up which will call for railways, a certain indescribable commc il fattt, bride, who had come imploringly for- but at present no such traffic, except, bespoke him agentlemau. As became ward as the disturbance reacted her perhaps, on one route, has been deopposite her window his eye, as he ears. "Here is my wife, your daugh- veloped, aud a railway, if built totnrned it thither, became fascinated bv ter." morrow, would stand rusting its rails her beautv! How mucli lovelier a "You are mistaken, sir, she is my in idleness. It is all very we'd for realty lovely creature appears when housekeeper!" merchants and speculators to call for seen through "plate glass!" InvolunA scene followed, that cannot be, de- rapid advance and improvements, but tarily, he drew in his spirited horse and scribed. The nobleman had married anyone taking a fair and dispassionate raised his hat! The action, the man- the gentleman's housekeeper. She had Tiew of the mattor will, especially if he ner and the grace were inimitable. At spread tho snare, and liko many n Lias any sympathy for the Chinese, feel this unguarded moment the 'hind wheel wiser fool, he 'had fallen into it. uiai rapiu advance unu uiu suuucn of a rumbling omnibus struck his horse Half anjiour afterward a hack drove introduction of railways would be any in the chest. The animal reared high, to tne servants nail door, and my thing but wise and patriotic on the part and would have fallen backward upon heroine came forth closely veiled, with iof China. Pekin Vor. Pall Mall (iazc'lt. his rider, had he not , with remarkable ana drove away "I've Tilledjhe Tat." prescuce of mind stepped quietly and nag iount,uaggage, andwas, 1- saw J. lie tor sucn ne not gracefully from the stirrup to the'pave-menboy in the eastern A more. I saw his name jrazetted as a as the horse, losing his balance, passenger in a packet ship that sailed mart of the city solved the problem of fell violently upon his side. The lady, a day or two after for Havre. How he fdisposing of superfluous animals in who had witnessed with surprise the 'original' style, the other dav. The escaped from the mansion homage of the stranger, for yet a mystery. , Every Other remaineth amiiy uuiunginga mciuucu a Kitten, Saturday) such, from her manner of receiving it, whicli greatly annoyed the mother of mm he evidently was to her, started irom the small boy by frolicking and taking An Astonished Cat. her seat and screamed convulsively. its naps in the midst of her window-gardeThe-nemoment he had secured and On several occasions she very Gautier, the French writer, had a cat remounted his' horse, who was only which slept on his bed nights, on the naturally exclaimed: "That cat ju&t slightly stunned by tho fall,' acknowl- arm of his chair daytimes followed him jpught to be killed." Not long since edged 'the interest taken, in his mis- when he walked,' and always kept hire the small boy came tripping joyfully chance by the fair being who had been its company at meals. One dav a friend to the part ot the nouso where his innocent'eause (unless beauty were a left his parrot in Gautter 3 charge mother was engaged and" announced, crime) bj another bow, and rode slowly during his absence. The poor bird sat "I've tilled the tat." Upon investigaanu composedly onward, as it nothing disconsolate on tho top of his sCantl,' tion it was found that he had actually unusual had occurred 'Tho next even- wnile the cat stared at the strange ."tilled the tat." It had been discovcrd ing the carriage was at the" door of the sight. Gautier followed her thought, by him among his mother's plants, and, ' mansion. The. liveried foolmnn was and read there clearly: remembering her remark that it destanding with the steps flown, and the "It must be green chicken.1' served such a fate, ho ha'd put it on the handle of the door in his hand. The I hereupon she jumped from his floor, and, as he narrates, "stood on it" coachman was seated upon his box. I writing table, crouched Hat, with head until it was dead. As may well be was, as usual, at my window. The low, back stretched out at full length. Supposed, the small boy's relatives were street door opened, and with a light and eyes fixed immovable on the bird. distressed auu uorriueu oeyonu measure step the graceful form of my heroine Parrot followed all the movements, at the apparently murderous disposition came lonn ana aescccueu to the earn raised his feathers, sharpened his bill. lo earl' manifested by him; but no one age. At that moment (some men surely stretched out his claws and evidently looking at his mild aud yet manly little are. tiorn uuuer tne auspices 01 more prepared for war. The cat lay still, countenance could believe that he was indulgent si are than others) the stranger but Gautier again in her actuated "by any other motive than a up, bowed with ineffable grace and ".No doubt, though green, the chick- - pure desire to protect his mother's in (blessed encounter that, with the omni n inilif lio nrArtll tt nqt ' terests and maKe way with what she bus wheel) his bow was acknowledged Suddenly Tier back was arched, and kad declared to be a nuisance. Grown by an inclination of her superb head. with one superb bound she was on the up justice would be something more anu a smne mat wouiu maxc a man 01 perch, when the parrot screamed out: laan a travesty 11 its auminiMraiora any soulseekaccidents in the "cannon's "Have your breakfast, Jack?" bad some of the nerve and determina-fe'o- n mouth." He rode slowly forward, and. Pusv was almost fricrl,rn.r'l nf f of the small boy who "tilled tho wm ." ... in a few seconds, tho carriage took the her wits, bhecastan o anxious glance It " When time has tempered his same direction. Thero are no infer- at her master, leaped down and hid sense of justice with the power of ences to be drawn from this, reader! under the bed, from which no threat or he will doubtless make an All the otkercarriages passed the namo caress could bring her out for tho day. S. .. .n.-- i rtitfznn. - Imlimnmnlis .Tour. Dumb Animate. pautei It was the eustomary ens I At r "S n " S A BUSINESS SERENADE. at Heme Let us begin by visiting tho houso of a poor member of the community so as to 'got an fcidea, of fellah life' in its simplest form. In a blank waV. of about eight feet high, composed of un- uurnt bricks and veneered with a coating of sundried mud, we find a small door through which no ono over fivo ot six years o. aao could pas3 without stooping. As this is tho only entrance wo conclude that the proprietor ha-- i TinltliAl- - . - fh fiiflnl rt nnv f n lnrnrnl 'Slow-wor- m goojl-pature- franlen-walk- - Tho inclosurc consists of three small courts if a space twelve feet by six feet can be dijrnified with with hoios lujy auJiamo n-;- kinds of agricultural instruments, and that any hopes ho may have or acquir ing live stock in the f.ituro do not soar above a cat,, a few barndoor fowls, and, perhaps, a very diminutive don key. A glance at tho interior confirms thus con-olusio- n. .if ! ' tho shell-lik- o dissp-pbare- . d, dust-begrime- d ht !- conscien-tiouslvtnk- beat-that?- self-enkmdli- gray-bearde- f T - .. 1 1 ri' almost entirely by a windowlcss mud-hu- t, covered by a flat roof of maio stalks mixed' with clay. This diminutive stru ture is at once tho kitchen and winter bedroom of the whole family, comprising a married couplo the hus-baold mother and two young children. A large brick stove, which occus pies of tho dark interior, is used in tho day time for baking bread and cooking tho scanty fare, and at night it serves a3 a bed for all the inmates. During tho warm summer g nights they can sleep on abit of in one of the two other "courts." In tho first of tho-are two hollow for storing tho grain and other provisions, and close to these primitive provision chests sits tho old grandmothor churning buffalo's milk presumably for one of the neighbors - in a kid's skin suspended by a bit of palm-tre- e rope from a long peg in the wall. Leaning on her shoulder is a young chi'd, whose perfect nudity U only partially concealed by the multitude of Hies hicli cluster on his dark brown skin, and who divides his attention bjtwo.n the churning operation, the unexpected strangers, and tho bit of sugar-can-a which Iiq is gnawing with intense satisfaction, hi tho third and innermost court is nothing but a which represents tho small mud-hu- t family treasury. Without making a personal inspection, we can construct with tolerable cortainty an inventory of its contents. There will be the gaudily-painte- d trunk, in woodon which tho wife when a bride, brought her modest trousseau to her new home, the few articles of wearing apparel and female ornament not actually in use, and some copper Those constitute cooking utenils. the entire movable property of the family, unless we include undor this lean chickens, which term have been taught to subsist by their own oxortions. The premises aro quite sufficient, therefore, for all k practical wants, and if the should be hereafter increased by tho add tion of a few kd-- . lambs, or oven a donkey, no addlt'onal accommodation will bo required, for tho can sleep comfortably in close proximity to the family without any danger of bipeds and qiiadrupods interfering with each other's comfort. mr two-thirdreed-mattin- mud-pilla- rs half-a-do?c- n live-stoc- new-come- rs London Times. Manufacture of While Lead. , u s, m e r, gilt-leave- d He-wa- s son-in-law- ." d - t, three-year-ol- d n. xt eyes-rod- e though not yet generally adopted, a new process b- - which it is claimed the punst and best quality of white lead h can be produced at the time required by the old method, at considerably less cost and danger to health. The process is described as follows: The metallic lead cast into the form of gratings, and bent into narrow arches, is closely ranged in order upon wooden trays covered with pure sheet tin the most practica'ly useful electronegative to be had. Dipped by mechanical contrivance into a certain acid mixture, to give a chemically clean surface, and to promote the of corrosion, they ar pla ed in chambers built of brick from twelve feet square 'and upwards, having a glass roof and windows for observation, and o having a lloor of tho and highly tin heated from beneath by steam to the necessary temperature of about 120 degrees These chambers may each contain as small a quantity as from eight to ten tons of lead, and range up to s00 or 1,000 tons. Gases, composed of a mixture of acetic acid vapor and atmospheric air at a similar temperature are introduced by stoneware pipes from ; an ingenious apparatus whero they are generated; and passing through holes in the pipes a few inches lloor of the chamfrom the ber, they pass upward, and permeating the whole chamber, electric action commences. At the end of tho second day there is a beautifully white surface. On the third day carbonic acid vapor is introduced by the same means, hastening still mora the formation of whito lead. This goes on for two weeks at the close of which time, so active has been tho action of the substinccs engaged, by reason of the electri al energy, that there is more whito lead formed than under three months' working of the same amount of lead bv the old process. The gases are then shut off, the chamber cooletl, ventilated, opened and the contents withdrawn, the trays being emptied through a special hopper into the "agitator," a horizontal cage of round iron bars revolving in a closed case. After being rctat'-- a few minutes, the whole of tho white lead is disengaged and falls into a pit underneath, leaving the cores that have not been converted in the cage, from which they are collected and remeltcd for further use. J'rom the pit the white lead is conveyed to the mill by an endless band.'on which arc fixed a number of small buckets, which, tilling themselves with the white lead as they pass through the iit at the bot'om, discharge it into the mill as they turn over at the top, whence, after passing through the crushing rollers, tho white lead falls into the mixer, and issues forth when combined- with oil, in the shape 01 white lead .of one unfailing quality, being of perfect character as to boily and testing powers, and of the purest color. Detroit Post aud Trilune. one-sixtafter-process well known to those at all familiar with the process of manufacture of white lead that it is attended with much danger to life and health, but recontly there has been brought ;iuto operation, It is electro-ncgativ- electro-conducti- ve Fah-renlu- it. tin-cover- - , William Washington figures in tho "Enclyopedical Dictionary of the recently pubSpanish Language," lished in Madrid, a- "the founder of the Republic of the United States, and tho lirst President.' I'eunsj'h ania, as tho same volume declares, "has a popnla- tion of one anil a half nvllions, tho. greater portion being Gorman. German is the prevailing language of tho State.1 - j j 1 The Dutch Government is sahl to insist that all artificial butter exported from the Netherlands shall bo marked as such on the packages in which it is enveloped: but be this as it may, nothing is more certain than that 'the commodity is exported in packages brandod as containing all the most popular butters sold in the Londonjmarket, such as Burro di Milano', Bcurre-d'Isignand tor a pardon. The prisoner jira. .uauisn or lioistein.-- . was mulcted for the murder of a woman The Dairy Farmer tells of a marby. urOFning her. It appeared that the ket gardener who had a very fine cow prisopOr had lived with the deceased for that was milked week after" week alseveral months previous to her death; ternately by two hired men. He obthey were in a state of extreme distress, served that the amount of butter ho and being unable to nav for tlmir lodg carried to market weighed about a ings, they quitted them in tho evening pound more on each alternate week. of the ,night on which deceased was Ho watched the men and tried the cow drowncdnd had no place of shelter. after they had finished milking, but al evoning together at tho ways found there was no rank left in ''alitftWavqals. wen i tho. tftate.rtJlaJiun.ly.askctU.tho.Scotch ' ?o5rwn themselves, in girlwho-todcare of the milk if She tho Thames; they got into a boat, the could account for tho dffferenee. "Why, water where the first boat was moored yes. When .Jim milks he says to tlie not bein; of sufficient depth to drown old cow, 'So, my pretty muley, so!' them. They talked together for some But when Sam milks he hits hci on tho time in the boat into which thev.had hip and says, Hist, you old brute!1 " got, the prisoner standing with one It is reported that at the meeting foot on the edge of the boat, and the of the Connecticut daymen, ono Mr. woman leaning upon him. The prisoner Peck that some cows fed on found himself in the water; but whether coarse cob meal and poor hay gave fivo by actual throwing himself in, or by spaces in a creamer and same cpws accident, did not appear. He struggled with corn meal and good the gave ten hay to get back into the boat again, and spaces, an increase of one hundred per then found that the woman was gone; cent, in richness by a simple change of ho then endeavored to ave her, but food. Any one at all familiar with could not get to her, and she was handling cows knows this cannot bo drowned. In his statement before the done, not probably within ninety por magistrate he said that he intended to cent- - of being done, and 3'et respectable drown himself but dissuaded the woman farm papers Will copy such statements from following his oxamplo. Tho and give them forth to the world withJudge told the jury that if they out a word of comment. Not throwing tho prisoner only intended to in tho'slightpst antidote to go along drown himself, and not that tho woman with tho poison. wierican Dairyman. should die with him, they should acquit Mr. Hoard says he has seen dairytho prisoner; but that it both went to the water for the purpose of drowning men, who practice winter dairying, thonisolvos together, each encouraged average Sl.f0 for their milk. He does of a feloni- not locato this paradise, we suppose, tho other in tho coniinis.-io- n and the survivor was guilty of from fenr of making the farmers proud, ous act, murder. He also told the jury that, al- but he describes it thus: "Every farmer though tho indictment charged the keeps all the cows ho can and feeds high. prisoner with throwing the deceased peopledThe country is a garden, and into tho wator, yet if he were present at ers who. with intelligent and rich farmpity, tho timoshe threw herself in, and con- disdain if they do not who is sniff in at the farmer green sented to her doing it, tho act of throwenough to to bo considered as the act of worth sixt- make grain to sell on land ing was dollars an acre. They drive lioth, and so the case was reached by fine, g horses and have a tho indictment. The jury stated that whole sleigh full of milk each morning, they wore of opinion that both the and think no more of buying an addiprisoner and the deceased went to the tional cow or two than most men do of tho purpose of drowning water for themselves, and the prisoner was con- buying a cigar. Their barns look liko victed. But the Judge thought it right great manufacturing establishments to submit the direction to the considera- which thoy in truth are. They do thi3 tion of the Judges. After considering with a pertinacity that knows no abatebut with the case, the Judges were clear that if ment, knowing constantly increasing herds, the deceased threw herself into the like the picture?it pajs." "How do you The Dairy. water by tho encouragement of tho It is generally conceded that a prisoner, and because she thought he butter sold had set her the example in pursuance large share of the of their previous agreement, ho was a in the Eastern markets is adulterated, principal in the second degree, and was and some say even to the extent of sevenper cent, but according to guilty of murder; but as it was doubt- ty-five ful whether the deceased did not fall in the Farmer's Tribune, Chicago as usual by accident, it was not murder in either leads all the rest. "Recently seventy-fiv- e samples of butter wore of them, and tho prisoner was recommended for a pardon. Every Other tested in Chicago, and but two wero found to bo genuiue. These samples SaWfikiy. were purchased from grocers in variDoor-Be- ll ous portions of the city, and all de clared that they would not be guilty of A lad whose home is in a flat near soiling tho adulterated stuff, yet but tho southern end of Central Park has a two out of the seventy-fiv-e samples collection of cards and circulars nailed were pure." The prices paid for theso to the inner surface of a kitchen closet samples were said lo range from twenty door. The assortment nearly covers to forty cents a jiound, and all probably the door, and she says it is rapidly in- taken out of tubs from the same factor', creasing. She expects to be compelled and intrinsically of equal value. Was to devote an end of her kitchen to the there ever a more preposterous and collection, for sho has a purpose to successful fraud practiced upon manserve which she solemnly avers she will kind? and yet all seem absolutely helpnot abandon. Over the collection is a less when any effort is attempted to card on which sho has printed in vor make headway against it This state black lotters and punctuated with "scare of circumstances is certainly very marks" this sentence: strange. The Dairy. 1 once attended a dairymen's coni : don't ao near them!! vention, and the flavor with which ono The cards and circulars bear the of the prominent officers perfumed tho n tradesair about him was that of a copious in- -, uamos of some of the men of that part of tho citj' men of un- termixture of rum and tobacco; and ho questioned honesty, whose stores aro read a paper on cleanliness in the dairy. filled with excellent goods. Yet she has My impression was that the convention forbidden her sorvant to buy even so had better give its attention first to the much as a cent's worth of anything cleanliness of its officers. It was an infrom any man whose name appears on sulting burlesque to have such a man tho back of this door. If there is no tell the few women present, that it was other place at which the desired article their duty to maintain cleanliness in can be procured at tho time it is wanted, their dairies. Why, I should very much the servant is instructed to return with- dread to have such a man sit down to out it The lady of the liouc herself my table, ami I would rather have ten says that sho has often ridden down boiled dinners about my milk for a town to make a small purchase rather whole day than to have that man in my than buy the article of a tradesman milk room for three minutes. 1 do not g will ever bo nearby, whose card appears in her believe that what it should be until the women hold kitchen collection. The secret of this housekeeper's in- conventions and devise means to induce dignation and her determination of tho mon to clean up; to get the whisky purpose is this: Several times in the out of them and the odor of tobacco out course of every week day her door bell of their clothes and breath. If we do is rung by men or boys distributing not know as much about making butter adverUsing cards or circulars. Some of as our liege lords do, we neither drink, them givcthe postman's double ring. chew or smoke, and that goes a long At first she used to hurry to the mirror, ways in the dairy, brothers, as sure as t.lm vvl.'lr. sriinnrrliAr servant, insl runt innq yon live. Farmer's Wife, in Western to ask the caller to bo seated in the "llural. parlor, or used to send down her maid Ahilteration of Dairy Products. or run down with the key herself to open the letter box to sec what relative The attention of the public has been or friend haU written to her. She does called, in a manner never before so no more, but the servant is instructed equaled, to the enormity of the adulto open the door for every ring, and, if teration of butter, by tho investigation no caller appears, to go down at onco at Albany, and the farmers have quito and bring to her the advertising card as plausible cause for riot and revoluor circular that has been put in the box. tion over the undei mining of their busiIt is then nailed up with those that have ness, as had the citizens of Cincinnati offended her. So scrupulous is she in regard to the disposition of justice in about making the innocent suffer that their "city. The manufacture of lard the maid is under instructions to re- and oleomargarine butter, is, a spond at once to every ring, least an pursuit which, under control, in itself,bo might innocent tradesman's card should be compete silently deposited along with that of an tolerated, and when allowed tobut when against genuine dairy goods, offender. The lad says she does not it resorts to every form of deception to hope to break up the insolent practice palm oil" its adulterations and counterof the offending tradesmen, but she feits upon the consumer, for what they prefers not to patronize men who in- are not, then toleration ceases to be a struct their employes to cheat her virtue. It is not in furnishing the poor while calling her attention to their consumer with a cheap table luxury, wares. X. Y. Sun. that should cause leniency, for dis" guised, these frauds arc sold at top His Reason figures, or excused as manufactory industries, for thoy simply "color" what "Great Scott!" exclaimed an Austin already exists, and by enhancing father, as his son entered the house price, rob the consumers. Any its citv with an expression on his face that matron could buy two pounds of lard would have done credit to an Italian nd one of good'butter, and mix them, beggar; "What's the matter with you?" the united cost being fifty cents, instead "Nothing, sir. I've only thrown up of ninety lo niuety-hv- c cents. my situation," answered the youth. One of the subtile effects of "Did you have good and sufficient teration of dairy products is tothis adulcheapen cause for leaving?" demanded the the genuine article, and also throw it parent. into disrepute. Cheapened dairy "Indeed I did." products means depreciation in values "Well, why did you give up your if dairy farms and stock, and makes an position?" honest industry one of hazardous en"Because the boss told me that if I gagement. Food for ever showed my face in his office again corresponding loweringstock shews no of rates, so as he would jam my head in an between cost and net returns there it a So I got mad and left, without giving very narrow margin, which mav soon him notice." Texas Siftings. cease to exist if the law does not make a clear, wide-cu- t distinction between The ordinary Japanese bed con- the genuine and tho fraudulent, and sists of a quilt spread on the floor, a then maintain it by authority. The blanket with sleeves for a coverlet, and time may come when competition a block of wood for a pillow. among. counterfeiters might, and probably will, ruin their own business, but Thebicyclo ranks among active it would not bo any excuse for the law's temperance agents, as onlvasoberman delay in affording protection to an honcan ride one Indianapolis Journal. est industry, and one that has contributed so much to the prosperity of this Yale College Library nownuiuberi country as has been the case by legiti115.000 TOi'iraes. mate duiryingp Cleveland Ihrald, rccora-niondQv The Crime of Suicide. Under modern statutes it is no longer customary to bury the body of a felode se with a stake through it, but it is law that if one be an accessory to a suicido ho may be eonucted of murder. Tho law has long been settled in England, aud there have been numerous trials under it One of them in London is of a Tomautic character, where the prisoner was convicted, hut was ll Thoy-feasHt-hp hotf tct,jst-TftiJ$St?r-ijrKi- kv -- st-ite- bo-liev- ed high-steppin- d so-call- r- best-know- butter-makin- ink-mil- l. Dr. Mayo says; There are in tho, South 4,000,000 whites under' twenty-one,"of whom nearly half have-- , never ' attended an' school irewerH Edu& x ministration.- Outside, the world, which cational Journal. A lady residing in New York City is pretty fulofgreat men all the time, may uot be nwbeularly impressed with" has presented tlielrincetoii3!hcologcali-W- js his greatnesEjpJR may even ignore him Seminary with 150,090 to provide for tho at times, anitfcasionallyjslt down upon salaries iny. Y.new dcpartment'pf -phil-- t' " Trillin". Buts'afc hpme ho is always sure osophy. him. A clergyman who recently held" " of a sympathetic, appreciative and responsive audienco, if ho happens to be service in Auburn Prisou preached from-thtext: "Go home to thy friends.", , the lecturer-.- - Hi$ stupidity there passes current forprofoUnd wisdom; his pro3i-nes- 3 His hearers were all willing, butcouldVt u (Ar. 11) is looked upon as wisdom; his seem Jo arrange jokes arc always laughed at. JSTot Jourml. " All the States get back vastly more without some'ccasional prompting, it is true, bceauS the man's jokes'aro than they expend to educate-thpeople. . r frequently s"o"f!irfidly and vvonderf tilly Intelligent people understand the rights 1" made tiiatft.&annotti bo properly ,of others, and our schools teach the .unerj3too3-3&SiThrecQgnition.of these rights andth equity aid of a iBiriMfci" mi riiiT i; tho jlaee, tho of. observing theio. Amcria t zvruni. MrAjfimxAk tiW"Tg t n s qfeEttucaliQn: 'KWKSpi'nSlAAM laugh will m nun mtmnjto, and stories' are like a pair of Mr. TTnnka. of Vow Brirhton 1. skates. He novel thinks of them until I., finding tb.it ba ?on bail been dehe wants to use them, and then half prived of recess fire days for violating the time he doesn't know where they a rule ot the school, appealed from the But the In mo audience always teacher to the principnl, thence to the are. enjoys his stories, whether he romem-ber- s trustees, thence county commis--iouo- r, half or none cf them, and the ono thence to tho State Superinhe forgets entirelyis usually the most tendent at Albany, and in every case, highly appeciated He is a small, vas notified that the teacher wasright.' rather pleasant tytmt, who is loved for Brooklyn Eagle. his harmless despotism, which pleases Bishop Hurst of the Methodist . him, and hurts nooneolse. Church, And how comforting to man is the as- recently said to a number of young meny admitted to theMethodistmin-istrsurance that liomais the only place in by the Newark Confer,ence:i tho world that willrememberhim when "Preach temperance fully and freely,1 he goeth to his jong home and the but when you have created the tempe'r-v-ancmourners go about the streets. When sentiment and made tho truth we have strutted 'our brief hour ami gone off the stage, littlo enough the dominant, leave tho organizatian and Y. Examworld will mis3 iii The day we die f ecular work to others. Al iner. will bo as full of dife and song and The city of Boston maintains one laughter as was tlie day when we were little" widening circle Normal, ten Latin and High, fifty-on- e born. There is a of ripples about tlicgravewhen the clod Grammar and 401 Primary schools. sinks out of sight and when the circling Besides those the following special ripples reach tho sliore they are not felt schools are maintained: One for deaf,J nor seen; the lake hi placid, beautiful, mutes, two for licensed minors an pitiless. Even while the mourners go evening High school, thirteen element- :' ary schools and live evening drawing about the streets, as the schools'. Boston Herald. procession winds np the sorrowfui way, Noting the fact that a city coucil-- ,, sunlight will crownthc hills and sparkle on the river, and dance with gleaming man of Pittsburgh, Pa.r was recently feet on solemn crag and whispering sent to the workhouse for sixty days for tree; the song of birds will glorify the disturbing worship in ono of "the local long, bright summer days with sylvan churches, the Christian Advocate ad ' monishes "those rough boys and gig- - i; melody; starlight and gling girls who in some places disturb silvery- dew drop and chirping katydid, tremulous moonbeam, flickering our worship" to learn a lesson ffom'fiis shadow and murmuring fountain fate. As to dealing with such offenders, will fill the sleep nights with en- it says sternly. "Expostulate once chantment; dimpling meadow and privately, once publicly, then turn the golden field and; nodding forest will disturbers over to tho law." woo the sunshine and defy the storm; Considerable excitement has. been other ambitions will tread along the aroused in the Jewish communities of ragged paths where we have walked South Russia by the appearance at Kis- - , with bleeding feet; conquest and de- chinoff of an energetic reformer named He declares Christ' to feat will crown and dethrone other Rabinovitch. lives and 011 the wreck-strew- n shores have been the real Messiah, supporting. 0 of Time the drifting sands will covci his theories by numerous citations from . our names aud hale them from the tlie Bible and the prophets. Rabiho- - , eyes and memories of men. Tho bells vitcL is an enthusiastic and eloquent? that toll at the funeral will chime at preacher, and is winning numerous the wedding; wc"'bcat the drum, that proselytes. He is anathematized genit speak-- mournfully" to the grave, erally by the Jewish press. Chicago , and rattling quickstep thrills our merry Journal. we lice foot like a shadows and coutinuo not: and FUSGENT PARAGRAPHS. "as it happened! to the fool, so it hap- "The man who can govern a' wo'-- peneth even to me; and why then was I morc wie? For there is no remem- man can govern a nation." The woman brance of the wie more than the"" fool who governs a man wastes hec time. forever: seeing that which now is in jM 11 Graphic. the da to come shall all be forgotten. "No," said a druggist, "there's not'-sucAnd how dieth the wise man? As the an awful profit in'a glass of. soda fool." There is a little while, and the water. You see, the wear and tear .on ' tired bauds and busy brain rest at last the glass amounts to something.'5 forever: the white face feels not the A Quaker's advice to his son burning tears that fall upon it like wedding day: "When thee wenfa on, his summer rain drops; hears not the ing I told thee to keep thy eyes courtWide heart breaking moans nor the pitiful open. Now that thee is- married I, tell, sobs that mourn above the sleeper, and theo to keep them half shut." then Littlo Nell "Why arc .'lightning Lo, out in the quiet graveyard where bugs called 'blessings,' mamma?"' wc lie at rest, loves will come in the days of June, aud sit on our lonely Mamma "Blessings? " I never heard J Littlo Nell graves and wear oT the grass, and con- them called 'blessings.' tract bad poetry and worse rheumatism, "But thev are in this book." Mamma "Arc yon sure?" Little Nell "O, wliile they burden the haunted air with' yes. Here it is: 'Blessings brighten as labial confectionery. But at home, how will our names be they Like their flight.' "Pliitadclnhia : ' blessed. Our vices, and thank Heaven Call. Mr. and Mrs. Buntlin' were goings none of us has one, will be forgotten: our virtues will be magnified and ex- out to walk. "Wait," said Mrs. B., aggerated until in multiplying they "until 1 go back aud get my umbrella;" will be multiplied as the stars of heaven "It isn't going to rain, is it?" asked" and as the sand which is upon the sea Mr. B. "Not that I know of. O. I 'al-shore. At home, greater and greater ways like to have something along witli? will we grow from generation to genera- me when I'm walking." Mr. B. looked , tion, until as time rolls on, the path of bothered, but didn't seek any explana, ,. our family record will shine more and tions. Chicago Journal. more unto the perfect day, when the A German has succeeded in accu- -' living generation will point with pride rately photographinga flash of light-- ; to you and mo as great great great uing. In order not to be behind thV n grandfathers. II. J. Dnrdelle, in achievements of the effete monarchies' Hawkcye. of tho Old World, an American! e has caught a photograph of a, Headache. clap of thunder, and Is now experiThese, perhaps, are more usual than menting on the rumble of the earth- any other form of human suffering, quake. Xorristown Herald. since there are few especially females, Astronomers tell .us in their own confined in close rooms who are ex- simple intelligible way that the gradual empt. Some of these result from lengthening of the days is due to the stomach derangements,' indigestion, "obliquity of the ecliptic to tho terresV from the use of indigestible foods tial horizon." This ought to set at rest too great a quantity taken the foolish idea that the days ' are too often, etc., while others re- longer because the sun rises eariiera'ud sult from brain labr and taxing tho sets later. Pittsburgh Telegraph. 'ys nerves. In all cases, in a certain sense, Metaire, the 'most fashionable cenjj fatigue is the more immediate cause. etery in New Orleans, was a racecourse When the stomach is abused, it often a few years ago. It thcribelonged to indicates this abuse by appealing, so to an aristocratic club, which blackballed; speak, to the head, producing some the president of a lottery company, brain affection as a warning, to remind when he made application for memberthe perpetrator that something is wrong ship. By way of revenge he boughfcttio and should be improved. This is one grounds and gave them to the city .for. of several of the means employed to re- a cemetery. V. O. Times. veal the state of the stomach, the coat"I haven't got any case," said "the ing of the tongue, the soreness of the nausea, dizziness, etc., being client, "but 1 have money," vHww throat, When the much?" asked the lawyer. 'Tilty numbered among them. nerres are abused by too thousand dollars," was" the' reply? , brain aud much labor, depriving one of the neces- "Phew! you have got the best.casal sary amount of sleep,that it may be done, ever heard of. I'll sec that you ncyeV fatigue is the natural consequence, as go to prisoii with that sum," said the similar abuse is indicated by other mem- attorney, cheerfully, and the - man. CAtj' bers of the body. One form of man- didn't he went thcrj "broke.-ifesting this fatigue is by this aching cago Herald. Young minds in America grasp pain. This is often attended by inflammatory action, accompanied by great truths quickly. A 2scv .YorK heat, as a natural result. The cure is boy who had had a misunderstanding plain, prevention, the most natural and with one of his playmates was waitirfg cheapest of all cures! Rest must fur- while his mother "prepared a grecH nish the basis, rest of the stomach, etc.' shade for his eye- - "Ma,'.' he said, '.'I If there is a dull pain in the head in the wish 1 was a rich man." "Why, niy morning, attended by a loss of appetite, sou?" ""Because 1M buy h'pistdl 'and . it is quite certain that the night meal shoot Jake Bolter." "But. you'dtpe was too heavy, taken too late, or. in tried for it justas much as if yon were some respects wrong. Less food, a a poor man." "Yes, but I wouldn't be plainer kind, a light supper, or none, convicted just as much." Brooklyn " i,H for a few days, will do much to remove Eagk. kicked acariof the difficulty, especially if chewed very A Buffalo janitor thoroughly, without driuks, and well and right then.rfor the, mixed with the .saliva. If the head is first time in his life, became a reaHy hot, beating and throbbing, it is well activeman, inaugurating proceeding to wear a wet cloth at night, over the by turning a double somersault apd whole, so thick that it will not drv knocking out a hodful of mortar apd during the night. If the feet are cold brickwith the back of his head at "imo soak them in hot water till thoroughly end of the room. He continued J the warm, then dash on a little cold water, performance by kicking down the rubbing briskly with a crash till a re- stove; pulling down tho chandelier and action occurs. Rest the brain and plowing- up the plaster 'with lits'.noier e let the. old nerves as much as possible, sleeping all When "the looked that nature seems to demand. .Tho man sit down and take a rest-hnervous, with such as have unusual mournfully aUhe remnants of the fragcares and perplexities, can scarcely ment of tin 'that once held ihcclmia sleep too much. Rest of stomach ami lightning, anil said to tho doctor: brain will euro most of the coses, if "Wal, if that ain't the City and I ever sufficient time is allowed. CbuntW Bcpublic. -, The home ug(he',clitnQ whero the man There 'ho is Rift, or ro?al is great.. if he jsn't Govconsort anyhow, ernor, ho is Lieutenant-Governo- r. H if always sufe? some place in the ad- "" e -- . e . , -- ' . 11 r-i-, ? r," ""! X A siircioiioj-'ATman's'best-joke- iPi- VZr rT to-th- e '- e . slow-movi- ng whip-po'-wil- l, ! baclr-totlo"'on- mp; A - . .- - 3 Jiur-linqlo- life-lik- - -- " nitro-glycerin- c, - nitro-glyrcrin- c qnickest-temper-cdeststu- rt ave"--'Ftiladelpl- uu. '- v ..l I V rUiU , jn.c-??-- - -- 'r4? tr . .' - " t JS rars T fi - t - II- tj fv .. . "Why, I told her what you told mo or,,..,... "Five hundred dollars." mused Swift. ".""., siigKcsion me optimist "We "That is two hundred and fifty for tho to tell her, of course," a tritle crossly. have expected so much that wo ire not six months fifty dollars for each of us; "If 1 had supposed I should be called and we can all well afford it. Suppos- upon to give an exhaustive account of GXORCB "WARREN, Publisjhar. ing wo adopt herfor the time; be fathers the interview, I should have taken notes of tho conversation, and let you to her, as it were?" KENTUCKY HIOKMAN. The five men. all vnitrur and unmar read them for yourselves." As nobody made any objection "And she really believed all that ried, laughed amusedly at the proposiBruce, who objected trash!" ejaculated McLean, wonder-- on principle, the suggestion tion. EXPECTANCY. was carried "The question is, what would Miss out, and the Do you hear him anywhere? "Didn 1 1 tell you an author's vanity tabic all ready manuscript lay Qn the Stratton say to livo fathers all unuer for the Death is corainjr! was equal to anything?" said McLean. lie will steal aloug the air. Vaa il s 1?,edl.wral'Pw. and "How did you arrange about the Ho will clutch you unaware, "She's as proud as Lucifer, and would leading firm of publishers, And the druramlnp never consent to place herself under money matter?'' asked Swift before tne friends went out into your heart alouo will 6ay Of "She is to bo paid ton dollars weekly morning light and separated, the dim what she would consider an obligaOn what day. in somewhile tho novel is in progress; in addi- what dejected spirits, tion," objected Dr. Dunscombe. for their several Ills is raem'ry of the best. "She might pay it back, if she felt tion to which sho is to receive one- - homes. Ah! the bli;;htcr! Tie can turn the whitest breast, overburdened, from tho proceeds of tho fourth of tho profit from the sale of the In a fortnight the manuscript bad ' 'When ho chills It for Ion? rest, OOOK. novel," suggested Bruce, satirically. comc back- - wfth courteous Rule note Even whiter, A nod, express! "That might prove an uncertainty, with j "Returned with thanks," etc And no one escapes bis view; Then can you? and she would be the first to sec it," this arrangement, ran round Uic circle, "Send it again to some " VDunscombe answered in perfect good until Harry Swift inquired with sudden advised the undaunted De one else Do you ever stop to think iml faith. "She will never consent to re- cuenrv: .,,;., it was nut in a fri,'ini, , 01 the sorrow! . That no matter how you shrink ceiving a cent unless she thinks she is "Of course she thinks you. as a pub- and started off on its travels. From the grave's appalling brink, earning it." lisher, are to have the other Sorao In the meantime Donald Bruce was Holds a horror for your brow, "I don't see the necessity of letting but what is to bocome of it in working secretly and on his Named: "just now?" own reher know anything about" the 'father- realit ?" sponsibility. With a great deal of paing;' " put in Do Wint. "If she's tho Death will bo no dread. "l don't imagine," answered Bruce, tient industry and intrii-ni- ....uLr. Wraith unpleasant. kind of girl I take her to be, she will slowly and satirically. that the ho finally succeeded in obtaining foi But ho'll bend his ghostly head, bo more indignant than grateful for our protit will amount to a sum that sho Mayhap, o'er your midnight bed; ..i.o utiauuu !i permanent and fairly Briefest present ueip in ttiat way. Whv can't we trump will not accept in perfect good faith as lucrative position as Will be rours, and you will cry. contributor to a up some story about a publisher seeing tho I promised lier." lively littlo weekly periodical, devotin" "I must die!" some of her stories in this "And she expressed no surprise nor itself entirely to With your eye? In dark eclipse. paper Dunscombe tells about, being suspicion at your unheard-o- f interest an nbridyed form. fiction, and fiction in iu immnm.1.. "...M. Growing blinder, 1...; struck with the style of the writer and ind proposition?" asked McLean, oA:c- - presenting tiiemselvcs You will wish your stifTnlng lips, virtuously frco freezing to their fading tips. all that sort of tning, and anxious to ulatory and dazed. from thoe serial stories which t.ml tn Had been kinder. have her try her hautl at a hook, prin"She was decidedly surprised." an- rouse the hidden Adam in poor, weak That no idlo, nngry word cipally for his own benefit Of course swered Bruce, gravely; "but very quiet human nature by invariably God had heard. stopping the question of money will come up, and dignified through it all, with a at the most thrilling and critical point But it will bo late, too late. and he can offer to advance the neces- great and underlying gladness very in the narrative. To be better; Not a word of this, sary amount while tho novel is in pro- plainly to be seen." She asked me if it however, came to the ears Good and evil, love and hate. of his In the balances must wait. gress." was customary for publishers to make and in wretched igAnd a fetter "Do you supnoe she could bo brought such an offer, and I told her it was the norance that there was Bind your bosom's beating coro Evermore. to believe all that trah?" asked Mc- way I I'd, when 1 thought it would present anxiety, they no need foi worried themLean, doubtfully. pay." Do you eeo death anywhere? selves considerably over Mis3 Stratton "Bri-o!- " "The vanity of an author is capable He is coming! applauded Dunscombe. and Miss Stratton's lina"til affairs. He will clutch you unaware. ol anything;"cameJfrom l dark corner "WI1, I don't see but that wo got it Thev authorized Unic1 to deliver tho And despite your gasping prayer, "Who's to play the pSrtof publisher, all oat of you after all, :U1 follow, in weekly nllowano over to her as usual. fctop the drumming Of your heart; tmwarul be ware J then," asked Dr. Durscombe. spite of your priekliness at th? ouuet:" with the explanation was Ho is coming. "I should think McLean would bo and De Wint bogan to get himself in some unavoidable delay that there in the publicaMr. O. IP". MTlittc, in devtland Leader. the one," said Harry Swift "He'must shapo for his cold walk. tion of the book, and the mono' now be used to that sort o' thiug." Brace's lips strotched themselves advanced would be deducted from her ADOETLNG AX AUTHORESS. "That's out of tho question," hur- quietly under his heavy mustache, but share of the profits when riedly interrupted the gentleman men- he made no comment. they began to come in. But this deeep "The girl has talent," said Dr. "I suppose you are to call every week tion could not be kept up forever, and with some heat, "and she ouht tioned, "for I think she knows me. I have a hazy idea that she came to my to make settlements and inquiries about tho fathers began to ask themselves to have opportunity." "Bah!" ejaculated a voice from the office once; but I don't print storie. as the progress of the book:' suggested blankly what they should do when deseem to think McLean, rather mischievously, but j ception was no longer possiblo. Their duskiness of a near corner, where the you know, and she dido t in our line. I she could write anything glow of his pipe-boalone bctraved remember feeling quite interested in Bruce replied in the affirmative so adoption was beginning to tako a turn gravely and absently tho owner's proximity. "You 'are her at the time, lint it had slipped my joke it was intended to that the joke, if that at least four of them had never be, was lost foreseen. always finding On assembling as usual ono n August evening, the brown that turn out very ordinary mind." Bruce will have to do it," said "Then The winter had stormed, and snowed, parcel was discovered on its customary water-snakafter all." De Wiut "He is the only one among us and frozen lf out, and blustering corner of the office table, sent back for All but Dunscombe laughed. who has "It is just as well, all the same," he calculatingthe properly hardened anil March, and tearful April and capricH tho fifth time. liven De Wint looked cast of countenance." 011s May had subsided gently and comsaid, a little irritably, apparently seeing completely discouragod. "And the requisitedramatic ability," fortably into sweet, blossomy, sunshiny nothing funny in the matter, "to make "ThU looks monotonous," ohsorved in Swift, referring with keen June, when Donald Bruce announced to Mcl.oan, picking up ami glancing over slipped sure that they are water-snakfirst; j relish to an old joke against Bruce. the fathors one evening that the f, note oi the regular courteously-worde- d ana not run me risk of leaving a "Humph!" disgustedly, from Bruce. book was rejection. "I move that wo burn the to die unnoticed and unappre"But 3011 will do it. will you not?" finished and awaiting their critical thing." ciated for the lack of a little encourageinquired Dr. Dunscombe. hearing. "Vou will do nothing of the kind," ment." make You may be sure that during this contradicted Brace. "I have grown so "It has been my experience that when "And should an infernal ass of my-so! think that, before w long interval neither the book nor its accustomed to seoing it on my table I a is the veritable article, lie or she would be better in this case, I push into the thins, it might be as well author had been treated bv them with that I should feel completely at a loss tho silent neglect which I have been without suppose has the power of command- to read something she has written." will do for" a paper"I thought of that and came pre- obliged to adopt toward them. Evcrv weight" it It ing notice and appreciation from eveu pared," said Dunscombe, drawing a week Bruce had been called upon for "a the most unwilling public." "ft has proved a veritable paperdistinct statement of tho progress made, weight to us." said Dunscombe, meek"Granted; but the appreciation conies folded paper from his poeket. "Here, Swift: you ought to be able to and for answers to such a variety of ly. tJO miserable to laugh even at hi? in nine cases out of ten, when the do it best, come and read it to us." pertinent and impertinent questions in own joke. "1 feel that I owo you felis past encouragement." As Donald Bruce rose lazily, and connection therewith, that he finally lows an apology for getting you into "All the better for the public, then." pursued the even voice. "It has the struck a match to light the student lamp waxed wroth, as he had an uncivil this scrape. It "has certainly turned out on his office table, lie pleasure and of the above his'feliows like a seemed to tower habit of doing on slight provocation, more seriously than any of us expectmodern Timon: and refused bluntly to givo any in- ed." discovery without the expense of the not so much from any superiority in formation at all for the future exencouragement." "O, nonsense!"' answerod Harry "You are more than usually antago- height as from a certain erect carriage cept tho simple fact of the number of Swift, "we needn't head shoulders, nistic Bruce." observed" a of his massive suited and with his an chapters accomplished since the last have undertaken tho thing unless we well large communication. uiet little man on the other side of the ereetness that had chosen to. What I would like, features and looe store. "Do stop arguing the matter strongly-marke- d To make the refusal still more point- though, would bo to have some one and let us hear whero Dunscombe ran mftssiveness of dark hair. All of the ed, he invariably announced the num- show me a decent way out of it" five were intelligent, earnest, across his hist rara avii."1 ber in stentorian tones to each now "I don't see anything for it but to go with much of the vigor comer as ho dropped in "She isn't a rara aei" rising to his after the week- iu a body and make a clean breast of feet in an offended manner and begin- and enthusiasm of extreme youth vet ly visit This produced no silencing ef- it to the young lady," said De Wint. ning to button his coat. "1 don'tlay about them. This dropping into Dan fect upon the irrepressibles, however, "No one of us, of course, would want claim to any startling brilliancy on her Bruce's law office, to have a chat over who rather enjoyed his churlishness to do it alone, and it won't bo an part. She Is simply ambitions and tal- their pipes in the twilight, had come to than otherwise, and took a malicious job to do it toented, and her writings are entirely be an almost daily occurrence with the satisfaction in talking the matter over gether; but there is strength and too good for tho little e country friends, when,all felt more er less ag- among themselves until they provoked m numbers, we are told. I hope il grieved chance, any one of wrathful comments from him by newspaper which is her onlv medium whether moans moral, as well as physical, for publication. I thought some of you the five happened to be absent We can delicately' hint, he would or no. strength. Many had been tho earnest talks, fellows might be generous and chival This voluntary announcement of his, you know, that we consider it our pleasrous enough to join me in assisting her quiet, unobtrusive charities, boyish es- as to the completion of the book, conse- ure, as wfll as our boiiiiden duty, to cafe to something better. I didn't introduce capades and wars of merry badinage, quently was out of the ordinary order for horselt and her myther until sho is the subject with the intention of havin" those twih'sht meetimrs had resulted of thing, apart from tho information it iu a position to do it herself." in, but this bade fair to be an conveyed, her laughed at." "She will be much more apt to show and was joyously hailed from "Xonsense, Dunscombe nobody has evening of evenings a something to all sides. us the door than avcept our aid." com laughed at her nor intended to!"' 'cried be remembered in the dim future as merited Dr. Dunscombe. forlornly. "Have you it with you?" Mcseveral voices, while a friendly hand the time when they had outdone all Lean: and tho bulky" manuscript was During the colloquy Bruce had been stretched itself out from the dark cor- former efforts by adopting an authoress. silently produced. sitting buried, apparently, in a brown Jn the meantime riarry bwift had be ner and pulled him down into his chair "Writes a good hand," commented study. Now lie looked up, with a magun his reading. Inc. story was a Harry Swfft, approvingly, as ho con- licious twinkle in his eyes, but in his "Brace was only chaffing. Of course pretty little conceit enough, and told templated the firm, bold pen strokes. manner all the energy of a sudden and we will assist you in helping her if we in a pleasant style, but showing aslight "Who is going to road it to us?" brilliant inspiration. can; bat haven't told us yet 'what's taint of morbidness. As the reader's "I'll tell you, boys!" he exclaimed, 'Why you, of cour.e," answered De voice ceased Garry De Wint said com- - Wint. her name an' where's her home,' " "The only question is, when "I'll marry her!" again put in a small quiet man, whom, pliinentarily: "That isn't bad." And that is what he did. It is quite "JNo," acquiesced Bruce, but with will you begin?" to save further inconvenience, we will "Bettor begin as soon as possiblo I safe to assume, however, that ho had an emphasis on tho last word that en should think, at once introduce as Garry De Wint. and get it over with," put obtained Mis Stratton's sanction to so "Her name is Stra'lton Edwina tirely destroyed the complimentary in Bruce with a wide yawn and unearth- extreme a measure before he ventured Stratton," answered the doctor, tipping tone; "that isu t bad.' to propose it as a means of escapo from "Bruce is grouty because nobody of- ly stretch, as if bored in anticipation. their unpleasant predicament his chair comfortably back on its LinS "You to keep him six months while he ners, fellows come back after your dinfers legs and speaking in a somewhat On the day of the wedding tho four" d and we will finish it at one sitting tone; "and she lives in one of writes a novel," laughed McLean; and if the sitting lasts all night Luckily ushers received each a little packet, "Wint g those little cottages down when little De find it added: paper, and tied up neatly in a rather more ex- there is nobody around to be disturbed done white ribbon: satinwith each packet "We would on River street I was called there a and with byourorgie." couple of weeks ago to prescribe for pensive amusement I am thinking," Accordingly, in two hours' time they was a note containing Mrs. Daniel in her mother, who is down with rheumatic even Bruce joined were all back in tho comfortable office, Bruce's warm thanks and acknowledgefever. There are only two of them, the laugh at his expense. ments for favors recotved. "You will play tho publisher, will you lounging around in various attitudes, , and the daughter suoports them both It is hardly necessary to add that each suggestive of ease and comfort, by teaching through the day and not?" Dr. Dunscombe again inquired of and listening in un packet contained the exact sixty-nin- e Writing at night. I should never have him, as they buttoned up their coats broken silence to Harry Swift's musical, dollars and twenty cents contributed by found it out from Miss Stratton, who is and drew on their gloves preparatory voice. On and on and tho usher when he was playing father rather reserved and stand-offis- h in her to turning out into the cold streets, and on went the smooth tones -- hour after to an authoress. manner, but her mother proved more Bruce answered ungraciously: On Dr. Dunscombe's package, writhour and after "I suppose likely: but I am an unde- one watching hour would hour until ten across in Bruce's handwriting, were communicative one morning when 1 him have wontvas alone with her for a few min- niable proof that the fools aren't all dered if his after all; throat didn't ache, and his the words: "A dead yet" utes.' voice buzz in his own cars. He suffered accept apologies." The friends made their appearance no "A hint to you to be moderate in Whether Mrs. Bruco ever know all your charges, probably," put in Bruce. in the warm, cosy office unusually and apparent inconvenience, however; the details of her adoption never transas he laid tho last leaf of the manu"Possibly; but she is very anxious, early the next night, and there was a script down, when the hours in the pire 1; but if she did, she kept them too, about her daughter's health. I storm of questions for Bruce. morning had gotten beyond being "wee wisely to herself, and counts her hus"Well, did vou go?" think bhe is overworking herself, and and sma'," he looked inquiringly at his bands four friencUas her own; tho only "What did "she say?" all that Sort of thing, and yet can do change worthy of note being iniprob, silent auditors. "Hope you have settled it." nothing to relieve her. I can tell you, There was an ominous pause. There able as the statement may seem that "Out with it, old fellow!" boys, it was quite a pitiful story the her cosy back parlor is now To all of which Bruce misquoted, was no denying the fact that the novel quently their place of meetingmore fre. way she told it." than the with his back to was a disappointment The characters "You're too for the pro- gravely, as he stood were mostly overdrawn or underdrawn: law o'ffice used to be in the days of fession. Doc," criticised Hal McLean, the lire: the plot weak; the style, pleasant at bachelorhood. Frank Louis Sleq'l, in noting mentally, the while, the heads '"I went, I saw. I conquered."' "So ftr, so g"ood, then," commented first, grew strained and monotonous The Continent. of a vigorous editorial in favor of an increased rate of payment for female the doctor, as nc rubbed his hands in toward the last; the result of the whole, An Old Latlj's riensiires. mediocre to a labor, winch he meant to write up for high good humor before the cheerful occur at times, degree. There would however, a Hash of blaze. I feel as though a load had been, She had many mild pleasures. She the morning Courier. bright thought "0, it's very well for you to guv, but taken off my mind. That girl and her gleam of quaintbrightlv expressed; a had a pretty house full of things which wisdom any one oi you woum nave Dcen as bad mother have worried me more than a writer's age and experience; beyond the formed a graceful entourage suitable, as an under- she felt, for such a woman as she was, little." as J, if you had been there. To make "And yet I should think' you would lying pathos and power to some simple and in which she took pleasure for matters worse, now, the girl had been their own beauty soft sr.airs and out of school during her mother's meet with many infinitely sadder and passage that caused the tears to to hearer's eyes; illness, thereby losing a part of her more wretched cases than'theirs, in the these, few and the between though and conches, a fireplace and lights which far they were the perfection of tempered warmth salary, and, of course, the writing has course of your practice," said Harry were, lifted it from the abyss of abso- aim illumination, btie had a carriage, ? had to be stopped. They mu.,t have Swift, thoughtfully. lute worthlessness. very comtortable and easy, in which, hard times getting along, I should "More wretched, yes," answered tho "It is doctor, in the same tone. ."Sadder, no. Bruce atabout what I expected," said when tho weather was suitable, she think." last. "There's not a woman went out, and nesc women are evidently as gentle, on earth, nor All the men were silent for a time, pretty garden ami ever has been, who can lawns, in which,a when she apparently resolving the last knotty refined ladies as our own mothers and write a novel fit to read!" preferred slaying at home, she could sister?, and they are struggling desper point. "now about beorge Eliot and Fred- - little walk or sit out under have her "What do yon propose doing?" at ately with a poverty which is harder erica Bremer, and two or three nfhnr the trees She had books in plenty and all the last inquired Harry Swift, the energetic auu mum uiui'iio mem man greater of tlieirilk?" inquired McLean. newspapers, and everything that was curate of St. Catherine's, who, having depth would be to coarser and less "The first a comfortable private fortune, invari- sensitive natures. You sec there is an out possessingaffected masculinity with- needful to keep her within thoreliection it, and the second wroto of tho busv life which sho nn i ..,, AUIII'ITI ably spent his salary in charities. innate pride against acknowledging it simple little home stories that v an' one cared to encounter in her own nnran "Well, you see, she ought to give up as poverty, and, throwing aside all could scribble;" -"; 1.. rn,i ul""c,a ... Painful dribbling her brains away on that two- innocent disguises, allowing it to stalk RniRft. t irritfUo.1 t eeninsrlv asserted Th. WY l o ?tl.n ;,.,.,"! " j"o-jor an inose impassiord in- penny paper and turn them to some- forth and assert itself. The bitterest . , turesU u.,lich br- thing that .will give her a start as a part of penury with men and women -- I don t think very bad, I am and the sorrows St StnewhS it writer. A novel would bo the best who have been gently born and bred is sure, said De Wint, who thing. That gives one a settled position, the perpetual and agonizing strain of tcrmmcdly looked on the always de- - were communicated to her bright side of luxurious sense of and an 'open sesame' to the better class trying to keep u.p:m appearance of things. v" ! Jcl' "I linvfi rend snnio tiornlo tKot cmptioa. She was sorry' for -them but of periodicals." comfort" were worse. such catastrophes could touch "Always providing it makes a hit," "It is all a niece of fnolislinpsc " in "Damned with faint praise." lroui-wer- e more; and often she had pleasant her no again sirucK in liruee. letter1 terjected Brace, irritably. catty quoted uruce. . . Which affordrtll Imr snmnil,m "0, that goes without telling. She "Yes' assented the doctor, "but probably written by "lhey who ' and think about, and discuss" as- if people has talent, as I said, and a rather un- the foolishness is it there had made a name usual and interesting way of putting not to be got rid of; and all the same, by some lucky hit, for themselves first concerned her -- and vet did not concern and so conld afford her business which "could not it is this foolthings. She would write something ishness that makes the sadness of it all " to be weak and trashy if it failed, which would please her quite worth reading, I haven't a doubt! "But you haven't told us anything "It is weak, certainly" admitted Dr. succeeded. Her lettirs, her papers, if it The greatest difficulty is what they about your visit Don." ;.i iin'wint Dunscombe, her considerably crestfallen. hooks., Mftli nnmiiifr in .. 4vo -would live on while she is doing it, for harkingback .u of to 'HHUl , r ........ vnn nro 11 to.the original topic when "hilt - tliJnt-- j v... ..... l,nM. J.u nnli;nn, Jib huui, . ciu .iu :,.". n.w.i.ii.4.oj " .she would have to give up her school ilie to ind the present puo iiisiruiuuuis oi Pleasure getting uncom-- 1 trash -. There are passages in it which She came downstairs at a . and settle regularly to work." iortauiv cravft. uri,. .i:.i :... ..,.o would be no disgrace to Marian Lvans hour, which she kept to as if it had hon "What is their income now: havn vnn v hat did she say? What did you do?" herself." of the utmost importance, although it any idea?" queried. Swift. 'Do?" .manenng tne last ouestion Rllt: tliiir nro thn nronniinn flitl was oi no importance at all; she took "About $500, 1 should judge fron ''hy, Iaqted as paternally as I the weakness and trashiness are the just so much good wine, so many cups i! what the mother said." knew hOW. I belinro thf Je Wlmf. ? rnl; vnn enn't crat nvor ttit. fiot " of tea. Her repasts were as regular as Three or four of the mustached generally expected , Apparently Dr. Dunscombe saw tho clockwork never too late, never tnn mouths gave a soft, prolonged whistle. a gir! is blessed orof a. father, even if with five impossibility, for ho relapsed into -earlv. Her whole life went on voit-n- f "How long do 3ou suppose it would nf tliam " IA ill. ronmg smooiniv aiong, wimout.m oi aiiuutu. jar take her to write the novel?" The idea of Bruce acting in a pater"Well, what are we to do with it?" interruption, blameless, pleasant, kind, "O, six months, probably; not more nal manner than that You see it needn't bo any-thi- larly a, womantoward any one, particu- asked Swift, carefully squaring the pilo Eeople talked of hcrold age as a modei of seemed of manuscript as it lay before him with of old age, with no bitterness or very deep, but only bright and to strike his four tweutv-foiitouches of his hands at the op-- ne.ss in it. And, indeed, why should she auditors in a comical readable; like ons-bathe aovsH om SfeoyallJau-hedposite sides. havo been sour or bitter? it suited her lttllfMW4iyi," "WBUtbutwlwidH you tell her?" "Why not send it to somo publisher, far better to Ib kind. Ohi Lady Mary. The Hickman Courier. ., Ingenious Wood-Carver- s. ex-ce- thii-livc- ?' exsee ad-ress- ,..,.. I three-fourth- s; far-of- f :- 11 one-fourt- h two-penn- y I ..:" "X "---- ... onspirators, Over a West side doorway is tho inviting sign: "Artistic In a small, square room up one llight of stairs were several tables laden" with many curious and interesting productions of German and Swiss artists. "The Swiss peasantry are the greatest s in the world," t"ie proprietor said. "Carving seems to be as natural to them as eating. They carve out of wood, with wonderful ingenuity, anything from a simple paper nife to an elaborate piece of architecture in miniature. Aside from wood carvin-ansome other mechanical occupations they are not good for anything, bein" very simple, ignorant people. But they have a genius for carving, and have a natural skill for copying from nature. Their floral pieces are regarded as masterpieces, and servo as models for young sculptors. It is only necessary to furnish them a photographic desi'm of what is wanted. Most dealers who import Swiss carvings do this, although the Swiss peasantry produce numberless things themselves without tho aid of any suggestions. They carve out of wood almost every kind of fancy article, such as ink stands, nut crackers, jewelry cases, cuckoo clocks, ladies' and a large number of other things too numerous to montion. The tools they uso are very simple, the carving being all dono by hand. The articles they carve are ingeniously ornamented with leaves and flowers, and some of their designs are extremely odd ; they are always artistic. Here is a piece of carving" in the shape of a Bric-a-brac.- " wood-carver- work-boxe- s, EUMOTA. ritEVEXTED. OrsTEn Bat. N.Y.. April 11. 1883. A good crop of beets will bo found I believo an excellent adjunct to the grain aud ble illness I haye been saved from a terriby Allcock's Porous Plasters. hay feed for stock. About a month ago I was attacked with Boiled barley is quite generally fed a violent pain in my chest, accompanied horses in England. It is said to have by a fever and great difficulty in breathione-thir- d more nutrition than oats. ng. I apprehended pneumonia, which is Pea brush will bo in best shape to io prevalent at present; I wont to bed and set if they are piled in a bunch, laying applied one Allcock'a Plaster between my the butts all one way. and then weighted ihouldor blades and two on my chest In heavily with old rails or other timber. an honr my breathing was much easier, in two hours the pain had left me, and the next Chicago Times. Cream biscuit One pint of thick morning I awoke perfectly freo from fever. sour cream, ono teaspoouful soda, 1 wont about my business as usual, and at ono teaspoonful cream tartar. Flour tho enl of n week took the plasters off. For the last ton rears Allcock's Plasters sufficient to roll out, and bake in a quick havo teen used by my family with the best oven. Boston Globe. As soon as there is food for insects effect Si colds, coughs, and pain in the side E. B. Sherwood. on fruit trees they will be on baud to and back. 1M EaoAnwAV, Hoom Ko. 10, 1 cat it. Be ready for them. Watch for I New York, Jan. 23, 1SS1. f tho first "tents'" of tho caterpillar and I I firi saw what a very fine remedy All-cocK- 'a remove them whilo small. Porous Plasters wero when they It may not appear profitable to wife asthma, and whon purchase a fertilizer only to have its cored Jiy .with of pneumonia, some I was three cost returned in the crop, but the direct attacktd ago, 1 first thought of Allcock's benefits to the soil are great, as many months By my physician elements are left in a soluble condition Plasters. two the advice ofshoulder-blad-e I plaod under each for a succeeding crop. Cleveland and tvo on my chest; in a few hours I Leader. breaUed easier, tho congestion of tho Capo May Corn Bread: One pint lungi was much loss, the icy feeling down sifted corn-mea- l; pour on it one quart my sino and in my back vanished ; the of boiling water and two tablespoonfuls plasters soon made mo so warm that I of salt, three eggs, the whites beaten brob out in a profuse perspiration, and in first as light as possible, and then add threi days I was well and attending to my the yolks, unbeaten, to tho whites, and nffars. I ought to say that I took two JPARM AND FIRESIDE. syitemt. ttftCTfLfTrofc enabled uvu.sj- Rtf . -CUtSMTU ?nl want of tooe,and r and LLUCriU Y?rf.TffAn f AT erml m. - " nerronines". from. seldom derlTable -- ans. dyspepsia the u e of a jflgj jpKLVP ys$ -- feTTEli? j. a . LJ mnnn "& -- diet and finnall will A niicla th-effect ftrrmoval of the newe4 health and Tie- R?u,"et or. th correctlTe. Is Ue real need. It Is the poae- nulrement wqlcn !L , . tttera so Stomach eaecuTr , X: Jli Drassl-t- s and Dealers Stnerauj. -- aourUh-ln- s n.it.tttr'l - -- BllBd for Week from Acute Catarrh I foffered acutely from catarrh in my no te and bead for a week at t me I conld not see. 1 used Ely's Cream Balm, and In a few days w.v cured. It Is wonderful howjjuiclc It helped mc Mrs. Gcorsrl- - S. Judsos. Hartford, Oonn. Cream Bnlra hr head. Causes healthy secretions. Abat's Inflammation. A borough treatment Xotaliqnld wl cure. Applied with or snuff. niir. SO cents at druggists; x causes no pain. GItcs reuefatoncc Cleanses he Unct r. oy man. ri'Kisfvrra. cue trs EI Y BROTIIFRS DrufxUts. Ow- Stilini? - V V. A SPECIFIC FOR Epilepsy, nut-cracke- -- r. 1 one-fourt- h Duns-comb- e, - sea-serpen- Duns-comb- e, well-know- es it-e- es soa-serpe- nt much-talked-o- niuch-nnticipate- d - lf sea-serpe- sea-serpe- nt good-naturedl- y; to-nig- over-delightf- ul one-hors- mol-lihc- bare-lookin- good-natured- ly smokin"-industriously- well-modulat- sentation of a bear on its haunches. Of course, it is made more for ornament than for use, but its artistic merit is worthy of careful study. The Swiss havo a knack for turning the most limplc article into a real work of art Take this book-racfor instance." The dealer produced a very simple form of for the library table, having two side pieces on a sliding base. "See how artistically the side pieces are carved, showing in bold a double rose surrounded with a mass of leaves and vines. "Ono advantage the Swiss have is the wood which they use. This is remarkably fine and free from knots, and a tool cuts it as easily across as with the grain. The kind mostly used is known to tho trade as peach wood, which it closely resembles in every respect Another kind of wood which is largely used is called satin wood. This has a pure white color, and, like tho other variety, is entirely free from knots, and peculiarly oven iu respect to hardness. "Tho skill of the Swiss in carving wood first attracted notice about fifty years ago. It was not, howevor, until years afterward that it was turned to account in a commercial point of view, and even then the sales of Swiss carvings were restricted to the tourists in the summer season, who made their purchases through the intermediary of hotel porters. Hence trade for a long time was very small and unremunerativc. But in the eoure of time local capitalists took the matter in hand, opened workshops and began an export trade. g now rinds The business of employment for several hundred persons. In fact, in one establisment 300 porsons of both sexes are regularly employed. The women have great delicacy ot toucli, anil their work in certain branches is preferred to that of men. Each artisan omployed in tho workshops has his or her specialty, the choice of which is left to individual Some have an aptitude for and excel in the modeling of groups of animals; others prefer to carve various fancy articles with floral patterns, and some build minaturo chalets. The latter is ono of the most popular articles of Swiss handiwork. As usually made it is composed of different colored woods. The thatches, u itli the stones and ropes to hold them on, and the deep roof, are prominent foatures. The lower story shows a table, whilo the upper stories are made to indicate the family dwelling. The surroundings, including tho fence, court yard, pump and spring, are also given. Tho roof is so constructed that it can be raised like a lid. and the part which represents tho upper stories is lined with plush and is intended as the receptacle for jewels. A movable partition divides this also from the first story, which contains a music-bowhich is set going by lifting tho top cover. The prices of these chalets dollars. are from ten to thirty-fiv"Few dealers make a specialty of Swiss carvings, for tiie reason that tho production is very limited owing to inability to turn out the goods fast enough by hand. Besides, all the rare bits of of carving are made by the peasants at their homes in the Alps, who work only during the winter season. In the summer they are occupied in tilling the soil and tending their herds of goats on tho hillsides, a pursuit which they love so much that no amount of money could entice them from it." A. Y. Sun. k, It is a life-lik- e repre- book-hold- er rc-i- ef beat all again until very light. Bako Beaidreth's Pills every night for over a very thin. & Y. Vost. wee', which 1 think helped me a good deal. Mutton Pie: Slice cold roast mutton William Persch. and lay in a deep dish; put an empty B sure to obtain "Allcock's" Porous cup turned bottom up in middle of tho dish; this takos'up the gravy and keeps Plter, as all others are worthless imitait from boilinjr over, beason the moat tion. with salt and butter and sprinkle witbljrnR wnss of the paragrapher his Ink iiuur; cover wuii a enisi aim umj come. GonerHeur Herald. forty minutes. Exchnnqe. In-- hundreds ot instances where Hot Cauliflowers will not thrive excopt Springs and other treatment failed to cure under the very best conditions. They scrofula and syphilitic disorders, the sufaro grown in the same mannor as cab- ferer has sought and found a cure in lr. bage, only the soil must be exceedingly Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. It enriches the blood, strengthens the rich. Many growers havo found it nary and digestive organs, and quick' urirenecessary to occasionally water this moves nil indications of ill health and blood crop, which is a hindrance to field cul- disease, from a pimple to a running sore, ture, although the prices usually ob from n headache to a rheumatic pain. Its superiority over other blood purifiers tained ropay the care. If the leaves are ani strengtheningall medicinos is admitted drawn together over the heads, blanch- by all w ho test its curative effect and ining will be greatly facilitated. Prairie fluence. Farmer. Ir i hard to run a nowsp"per unless it Salsify is not generally grown, at can stand alone. Whitehall Times. least not in farmers' gardens. It is as A Popular 1'allacj. easily managed as parsnips or other Many people think tha roots. The root is rarely more than an notbecurel. It is causedRheumatism can by a bad state inch through at tho larger end. u of the bloodwiuch deposits poisonous the joints and muscles causing lameit a rich soil and thinning to five ness, stiffness and swelling of or six inches apart in the row, the size nnd exrrucinting pains. Kidney-Wo- the joints will may be increased. This is often called certainly effect a cure. It acts on the Kid"OVstor Plant," or Vegetable Oyster.' neys, Livor and Bowels, stimulating them A soup made from it has somewhat the toabenltuy action, purifies nnd enriches flavor of oyster soup. It may be cut the blood and eliminates tho poison from the thetystein. into inches aud stewed, or boiled ten- buy Kidney-'A'o- Go tonnd bonearest druggist, cured. der, dipped in batter and fried. The -g g ftTHE GREfitte Spasms, Convulsions, Falling SfcbKMjStYitua Dance, AlcohoU Opium Eat- Scrofula, Kings EtO, Ugly Blood Diseases, Dyrprp- sia, Nervousness, Sick Headache, HERV (CMHUIUIEIRIOIB Krrvoui Weakness. Brain Worrv. Blood Sores. Biliousness, Coituvness, Ncrvousl'rostration, L50r Kidney Troulies and Irregvlarities. f ample Testimonial. Rhcnmatism, "Samaritan Xervine is doln" wonders." Dr. J. O. McLemoin, Alexander City, Ala; "1 feol It my duty to recommend it." I)r D. P. Langhlin, Clyde, Kansas. 'A cured where physiciacs failed." Beaver. Pa. Rev. J. A. Edfe, Hffi BL S. A. EICHED5B Sold by All Druggist. LORD, BTOUTrXSUP.0 CO., Agents, Chicago, HI freely answered E BED. CO.. ST. MSeAlB t mat-teri- VIGOR, HEALTH AND LIFE Is found In the Great Modern DUcovery, rt rt XDl. SCOTT'S Household. wood-carvin- Currant bushes mav be propa- gated by planting the seeds, by bending bushes ami covering a portion of them with soil, or by cutting off the suckers at somo distance under the surface of the ground and removing them with tho small roots. The general way of propagating them, however, is by means of cutting. The cutting should bo formed of wooil of the same yoar's .growth, or of the previous season, if they are taken off in the spring. They should, to grow to tho best advantage, be cut in the spring before tho sap starts. Tho cutting should bo done with a sharp knife and the divisions niado at the axis of a bud. Hired Help. May ta-te- . x, e Petroleum nt Baku on the Caspian. Around the old city bnilt by the Persians a new city has grown up; the population is now upward of 10,000. Fifteen years ago Baku was, in point pf fact, a Persian walled town, although y it is a largo under Russian rule. European city, and rapidly-growin- g with a highly important conimerco. What has done this? The answer is, petroleum! From the time of Herodotus it has been known that the shores of the Caspian abounded in naptha. bitumen and inflammable oil. But it does not seem to have occurred to any ono to make it available for cominerco until after its possibilities had been tested by the development of the coal-o- il trade of tho United States. There is always a first time. The time for Baku arrived with the Governor who was sent there fifteen years ago. To him occurred the idea that in this vast supply of petroleum Itussia possessed a mine of wealth, destined to rival the gold fields of California. The chief difficulty, from the outset, was not in obtaining the oil but in refining it to a where it could rival the petroleum of America. It contains more naptha than the American oil, and great effort has been expended in devising means to free the oil from this ingredient. Although as yet not as pure as our petroleum, that of Baku is at least sufficiently clear to make it evident that unless o'ur traders take the utmost precautions Bussia is on tho point of winning a part of our markets lare important article offortius now commerce. very Last year the export of petroleum from Baku reached the enormous sum of $15,000,000. A large fleet of square-rio-fc- d vessels is engaged in transport-in"-th- o To-dadc-rrcc sea-serpen- t, I soft-heart- ed ald about hired help, for hiring as I do, and keeping my eyes open, I think lean "see" somo of tho reasons why so many farmers do not tind L profitable to employ labor. I have no doubt many men employed would bo dear holp. il only given their board in exchange for their assistance, but there is auothor class of help, ready and willing to earn their wages, and will do it any time, il tho farmer is a director of labor and can "plan" the work ahead. In the lirst place, no farmer can employ help at a profit who does not have, his season's labor "mapped out" months ahead, and knows exactly what he intends to do, and thou doos it To never know until after breakfast what the day's work is to be, and often change the programme, after an hour or two of labor, is to do nothing in the end. A whole day or oven moro is often sacrificed without any show for tho labor, but it all costs, and makes a good showing towards failure. Farmers often keep help at high figures on jobs that are of little importance, anil wholly out of time and place at that. Such as mending brush fence, patching up an old rail fence with poles, etc., etc., the article labored within the end not being worth the cost of labor. All these things havo theii times of being looked after, but to neglect crops, and be everlastingly fixing something for tho "time being," is to make paid labor unprofitable. Again, unless the farmer enlarges the magnitude of his farm work, grows larger crops, improves his farm in many ways and enlarges his income in proportion to the outlay, there will be a good reason for "unprofitable help." If tho hired man is to do chores and "potter about," and accomplish nothing visible to the eye, or the pocket-boo- k other than to "llatten it," the employment of help had best be dispensed with; but if fields are cleared up, valuable crops raised, the dairy made more productive by soiling crops, and the farm put to rights in the proper season, then farm labor must be profitable. Lastly, it is rare that "cheap" labor If a man is a good is profitable. I have a word to say in the Her- Cancer for Twenty Years. It Robinson, Davisboro, Ga., writes, under date Jan. 3, 1SS1: " I am getting on finely, tho ulcer is gradually healing. I feel that Swift's Specific will cure the horrible cancer which has been feeding on ma for over twenty years." Sir. O.G.Barron, of Banning, Ga.,wrltes, dated March 3, JSS4: " The soreness has all gone out of the Cancer, and my health has greatly improved. I havo taken six bottles af Swift's .Specific, for n Skin Cancer, which I have had for years." Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. DB.M. H. HixsnALE.Kenawee, 111., says: " A aeighb r's wifo was attacked with violent lung disoao, and pronounced beyond helpfrom Quick Consumption. Tho family was persuaded to trj'Da. Wji. Hall's Balsam ron the Lungs. By tho time she had used dozen bottles Hie was about tho house doing her own work." " LiTen illy carrW out of the system.- -' DisMr. tV. Coca, Beef and Iron (With Phosphorus.) Possess'nsmirrelouicuraVvTlrtti-s s Exhaustion and Broken !enom Ieblllty, IJraln, Heart nnd a Lnngi. Xervons s. lliusm, Dr?-p- D wa Xer-voni la an forms ot perbottl- - S'ibot a. S3 00. Send postal for thj Memniser and read of wonderful cures effected by Coca, andiron. As jour drought for Iu Adiress Constitution!. 3LOO orilrnltli, Bcf nit. tSrUSE C. W. SCOTT, Kansas City, JIo. DB. SCOTT'3 LIVER PILL?. one-ha- lf ease when attacked by Samaritan Xtrvinc. m Specific Seems to yield every time to treatment Trtth Swlft'j No tise Pinkham's Vegetablo outside our own America; yet frequent calls from other parts of the world show that good news will sprsad. this medicine hnve even been sent Coin-poun- tffoiit has ever Lvdia E. been made to adver- Tack-ages- pf SrACTiyarna. S. C . March IS. U8). Tour most valuabl- - medicine (twin's Srscinc) has done me so mm li rood that I ft-like imriagtHti for the benefit of those who suffer like I did. I was poisoned by roisox ose. and saw sot a well day for six years, until I nsed bwirr'a Sntcirta. In she six rears I used almost rrety kind of medicine, bat nena freiJ.ynn, Mass., to China. f m Ann JtUt Swift's Ssyotrjc I am naterealnBir Ur"rfct hsaita had the destred effect. si pf JSTKeep This In Sllnd. In the Diamond Dyesmore coloring is given than in any knowi dyes, and thoy givo faster and more brillunt colors. lUc. at all druggists. Weill, Richardson & Co., Burli.'.gton, Vt. Sample Card, 32 olors, and book of directions for 2c. stamp. Haln'g Iloney of Horehoanil and Tar Stopjyour throat hurting. Why don'tyou Use it? Pike's toothache drops cure in ono minute, Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants. TIIE STVIFT SPECIFIC CO..- Drawer3, Atlanta. Ga. y.Y. Pace. 1S8TV SSdSt.. bet, tth andTtaAy. . . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND All those painful Complaints and WeaVnewes so comnioa .. is ArosmvE c;REroE toourbest Brown's BROXcniALTnocnES for Coughs nnd Colds: "I think them the best nnd most convenient relief extant." llev. C. M. Humphrey, Gratz, Kj. 23 cts. a box. JonyDAnis. Esq., of Woodburn, 111., writes: "Samritan .ervme cured :ny ton of tits." Tns short, hacking cough, which leads to Consumption, is cured by Piso's Cure. Ir affilcted with Pore Eyos, tie Dr. Isaic Thompson's Eye Water. Dnnorits sill if. iVv THEY W (When tho Doctors Called It Gravel.) and Mr. Washington Monroe, of Cat.tklll, Green Co., Jf. T., was Fortunate In Using Dr. David Kennedy's I'avorite Kemctly, which Kntlrely Itcmovrd the DIsensr The Wisdom of Following a Wife's Addce. FEMALE roriLlTIOX. Frlcstl la Dcald. tin ar latin hrxi. tUt healing f lit purpov it tolfi forpun, Ugtlimtite if dtt all and Hunt diMau attti the rtluf do, tAsusanai a lailus tan gkvihttMtify. it etatmtt" It will rare entirely all Ovarian tmcWrn, Ia&uiOnn-tionanand aad titration, iaiuuir and umsplacennt!(,adaptparticularly Consequent Spinal ed to th Change of Life, It removes Falntnew ITatul'nev, detroysa!l cntTlnj fors imnlints. and rrlie-- s WeaLnensof the Stomach. It cures Blwlnz. neadaeh-- a. Nervous rrostreUon, General repression and Indl tv. potion. That feellisof tvrln(r down, cau'lnp rln, and backarh. la!w!vpernnently cored bylts use. Snd s.amn to Lnn Mak fbrpampbHt. letters of lno'iiryenC'1enttallyanerHl For taltat rtrvggM. f ' d wi.n, Tx-- --H- X2 $s$. aad hearty action in This porous plaster is famous for its quick sprino-unbidde- H worker, energetic, and "can set himself to work and keep the machine going, whether the farmer is present or not, the price he may ask, or demand, will be the cheapest" labor in the end. It is keeping expensive help at work mortal mav hear on jobs that produce no income, or m fjiUUUXB ,KiSM.E;DY, asof it and try tho I did." so ordering the work that nothing is s of Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. causes accomplished, that the complaint about unprofitable labor. BANKERS, 12 Wall St., New York, Cor. Cleveland Herald. Members New York Stock Exchange. Governliny nnd sell Stocks. Honda and same If remakii advances on dis-coujf- eJ XSb-- 7 two-third- a f complaint which tho physicians called Gravel. I had employed somo of the most noted doctors without obtaining nny permanent relief, and for a long time my prletors. Boston, Hsia. ---Hhcase was regarded as hopeless. All who -- HSS knew tho circumstances said I must die. C1T The best family pill made Ilaw ley's Stcrsach and Finally, my wifo induced mo to try a bot- UvrrrCla. 25c Pleasant In actloa.md easy to faAc tle cDR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE BEHEDY, which sho had somewhere XX.-OAUTS08.-heard of or scon advertised. Without tho slight?st faith in it, but solely to gratify As BLUE FUNNEL her, I bought a bottle of a druggist in our Orinferlor Quality of Goods village. I used that and two or three bot- are sold as the MIddl tles more, and to make a long story short made by that mill. The Middlesex sex,' which, are no Company. 'In order to protect their customers and I am now as healthy a man as there is in that hertaftrr all Clothlnsmade the public clve notice, from THE MIDDLEthe county. ULIE FLANNELS " Sinco then I have recommended DR. SEX STANDARD INDIGOall leadinc clothiers, AND YACIIT CLOTHS. sol.I y must bear the "MLK 1 1 AN GtEs." furnished by UwSeUlns DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEAgents to all parties orderlcztae goods. DY to others whom I knew to have sufWENDELL, FAY & CO., fered from Kidnoy nnd Liver complaints; SELLING AGFKTS, MIDDLESEX and, I assure the public, that the FAVOR- SOandSS Worth4-- , New York: ? COMPAXT.St., Franklin ITE REMEDY has done its work with a Boston, ai-- . Chrstnnt far . Philadelphia. similar completeness in every single inEtablMtA stance, and I trust somo other sick and XX7 "For many years I had suffered from a -nrins- Lame Back, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Crick nip, Neuralgia, fctiff Joints the Back, Eldo and Muscles, Buro Cbist, Kidney Troulies and all pains or aches either local ordeepcatrd. ItSoothea, strengthens and Stimulates tho parts. Tho virtues of bops combined with enms clean and ready to apply. Superior to liniments, lotions and salves. Vnce Si cents or 5 for aa IL00. Sold by draj-- i . !"J PJ.ASTE! or la Garments "p-nuin- e . Hatch & Fo&te U.a.STAfWARD. Adulterated Food, """',,, rr.'"'., ::; rf 1 i- i sim.hV,.M" - ?S J I - 1 .... mii-,i- ! r J l j l.... ug r, sour-gent- le lf . I dlllcrent from all others. It Is Selling lard for butter may bo no It ' entlttlyas lt name Indicates perfect s clear r. tn worse than selling chicory for coffee, or bead it will Immediately free theco jm ''' daodrun, spirea leaves for China tea, to unsus- and pro4nc4 a ncrrestore pray hairItto lta naturaloft or. growth where has fallen It manner affect health, which tul pecting persons, or any worse than does not In inylead and nitrate the surer preparations rnnr, iDjarof of many other things in every-da- y hare done. It wni chance hsht or faded hair In a few days toabeiutlfnl kIoasj brown. a multiplicity of wrongs does for It. Each bottle is warranted. AsK yoar dronrist Jxo. D. Park & aov. OaclnnitL O.. and C. X CsiTrixTOsr, X. Y. not make anyone of them right. aro common. There is hardly 4 afci-fW,.a thing in the line of food and medicine Hlifc'Jwi eta ft wurec ait rirr rn that is not in somo way tampered with, fii.nfc ib B Concb by mo, TuAtfeimild. pood. to the detriment of the purchaser, in UttlnUme. Soldbrdrn?frlt respect to property and health. This whole business fraud by adulteration has become such a common and crying commerce ot Baku, which is evil as to demand a correction. What are wanted are stringent laws by the also a station for several lines of steamers. These boats have been built in General Government to cover every- -- i.,h,It0lttTeremly of for tne abore duease, bylta "if!?nds of cases tae wont lend nzi of fonu inarm sosirontrismrraiui soctions in England and Sweden and thing in the nature of adulteration, TiTiimZs "t KnmmL enJ T WO BOTTLES FREE, hlr5?u7'-0'a.' on Oils lloatcd down the Volga. But recently especially in the line of food and medi- anysuawer. VALUABLE TKE.VISK address. disease, to Give Express an.IT. o DR. T. A. SLOCVM. 181 Pearl St. . X w Tort. fine vessels of 1,000 tons have been cine. Public sentiment is ripe for such laws, and would give them a hearty ap'THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." built at Kassan. They carry large BSIXIS, as the prevailing winds of the proval. National Live Stock Journal. TUDCCUCDQ IwK?ot I Caspian are too valuable an aid to loco fUmrUnnan The French are making extraordi- iSlPrtia',Uon, WritaforFnEEXHus.FiHipMes motion to be dispensed with. But the peculiarities of these rakish little steam- nary efforts to suppress slavery in Mo- fifna toTSjeAultoaa Taylor Co.. Mansfield. Ohio. ers is the engine, invented by a Russian. rocco. Tho French Minister at Tangier RUSSELL & GO.'S Jm turned. Eeattre Petroleum, instead of wood or coal, is has issued a decree declaring that Machines, lIoro their motive power. A small steam-engin- e henceforth French siihiVofc nnA 'Mus Pawnri, .Eoglaea Saw is required to start the engine; sulman proteges of the French Ministry Mills and PZ.Z. fra nse. Address but that once done, the petroleum is must neither buy, sell nor hold slaves ?Zl?Zi- - aa rlontntlon CO., Maasllion.O. RUSSELL A forced through fine apertures in the in that country. The proclamation was "ST. BEHHiRD VEGETABLE PILLS.' form of an impalpable spray into the issued on account of the renonr. rnvival ER The; Best Cnre for J.lver sad wherc; once kindled, it pro- of tho traffic. furnace, llllloua ertmD&lnta. fJosllvrenra. Headache andby DTineutla. Prii-e- 25c duces enormous beat When I descendt Brnrrim or mail. Sample free. of one of these iSemarfPm Makers. BSMereerSuNewTorJc Mr. Majrnin, Governor of the Bank ed into the engine-rooAntl Eroraos-.i-- . cures offensive steamers I could touch nothing without of France,- - gave a. grand reception by mall. amelllDC feet. gloves, so widely was the heat diffused. lately at his official residence on the anAVriliROMOt-L'CO., (J. !!' Benjamin, in MunhaUa Lock Hot ftU. Lancaster, O. niversary of the bank's foundation 8. ighty-fou- r year agoi Negaxinei iffasifiJKS J- r. ment Securities and quired. Interest allowed oa deposits, subject to Stocks aad rhcclc at slsht. Information Bonds famished on application. prac-tice.'b- ut JONi OF &HGHAMTC Iron Lircit, Steel 5 TON WAGON SCALES, Jir,J3SE3 Brartag-- , Brus Tart Beam ai4 Bma ux. Adal-teratio- ns JON J3 M pars rnce uit -- " ESUZEMMZ fc 0rBIPrSHA!nT05, Blnhauatn. TV.aa msitnn mu prraB. tattnttht snd frta Tor EMPLOYMENT AGISTS WASTED. Ladles and Gentlemen. In every town and county In th United fatatis and Canada. BleProfifi. rarWrlU for particular!. Mreel, W. JOHNSTON & CO., ait Ht.LM.iJH; .M 11:11. itH cents buys our elegant CATALOGUE lor SSI Iftells acres and h'iw wo keep SUi Fowls on y clear over ft, Tub Ptamns taken. aunnall .HiJibiiciju ITier lists irrr. j&. jicuincacK jiigck. unicaco,b CO.. 2,'-- CONSUMPTION. nernri sail-pow- er, M T zi j. nnCOnLnO L LADY AGENTS FortheBEST SCLLINQ ARTICLES for LaOIES. Address Lam profit. FARE, 7S wltn stamp. Sostoa, Mas. Essex Street HO, particulars. Jxa.B.(XkKX. bAVf BIendedTea.AnImpottedGo!dBandCh!caCB9 and sncer given with each paand. Dealers, sead for ITJV AGETWASTEDlRthlstowntosellourXXX Ths-eahln- ANNUAL. 388 GrteuwlchBU,N.y. American PATENTS Patent Aceacr. is i Firth atrsxt. lHCimxm. cnuaulea. promptly procured In all IIV . 3b HAIR m rtbl I ! 151 South JrfmaKStntt.CUcate. VL ; Wagon Scale. 88 01 "Little Detective," f& Send for Prtee U Wins or Wares sent c.ojvanvwbcre.'Whole. salc&ItetsILPrice-llitVee- . Goods uuaran- tceo. JS.u.ii'niZML.iii rvaoasu S-T- CHICAGO SCAL3 CO. Se 1 3 ifrjkftf Sae7Z mmim X iM m m ?SKy-- f i -- WBiWS!5WWWWISPWHWW aijc-- .fc ' . it..- 4f- imbStt&&-zS62&BgS58BffiB- & iJ&r&t&iZ flRpf" sss' i i irom Washington sayst There, is a strong feeling among theDemocrrts of the ho"50 that a motion should be ofi'ered for the expulsion of Kellogg. It is said that Ksllogg demand to be heard before the Springer com luitteo in order that he might have a" 1' to tall around aiid'see our second Stock of Spring Goods, for wc have portunity to vindicate himself was suggest our house taken been compelled, on account of our tremendous trade, to ed by the fear that action would bo against him in tho House. A leading Demo- in all branches. crat said The wholesale market al present, is very tccah, and we were enabled to that if the committee did not exculpate Kellogg tht resolution for ex- buy goods in every department mxucJi lower than same goods were bought pulsion would be introduced at once. ' ( LOCAL NEWS. , to Mr. 0. JUarmjro hconso were issued V. Scott and Miss An-ni- o Marshall, on llic Ttli instant. cheap Cloihing. we can fit vou in anv style obJ quality from $J00 a suit lo 525 00 J. AiinERa's Sons. If yon wait to buy some nice, good, K Is worth advertising, but the owners don't think so. At least thev Hickman, the business of which don't Thoro are Some houses in doit WA SODA ICE COS,l FORTUNES DRUG STORE. TEM al Cc a glass, at .editor of tho Modisonville Hickman. ' Mr. Zeno Youug, the talented TYwc, nee Miss Jessie Turner, are visiting Tbo nicest and nobbiest styles rf Men's and Boy's Hats In the town, can 1m found at lower prices than evr raid in Hickman, t J. Ambero's Sons. --A. religions l has boon re-vira- and his accomplished wife, going on for 5 weeks in Dyersbng, Tenn., and is still in progress : 200 converts tip to last report, and tho good work still going ou. ZtRvnrrcs Snre Cure-Guiremleti to aire Neuralgia, Headache, ftc t FORTUNE-DRUG STORE. ) , Tho Kow Madrid Telephone Company has declared a dividend of 15 per cent. This is a good vehowing for tho first nineteen months, says the Record Look to your interest, and call at the Cheap Store of PlauVs, to buy your goods. Two nickman ladies, Mrs. Lizzie Prather and Miss Lovie Landrum, are engaged in the laudable effort to establish an orphans homo at nickman. It is a noble "work. w TtEE COSXTV SIS AT. ir.2KO-The Union City Anch( publishes an account of a sadfdeath C'ayce Stirring a VmiIms Kxc!taiont. from hydrophobia, which opirod Citizens of Hickman and porin Obion conntv, last wk. It was the little son of W. IJ' Inti-iru- tions of tho county adjaoent were first informed on Wediiosday last Tl An char snvs: 1 .TmH- - of l.ist. ydjr, tins that a petition had been circulated "During in certain little boy was playing ontP" lll asking tho portions of this county Legislature to chaneo a rard of their iesdence,pnl the county scat from Hickman to ' etiHintrrt dog camo into tl ivi mil likA ni.iiiv children life Child Cayce Station, or to authorize a began to pat mm on tip uiu vote on audi a proposition, and when the dog made a snaipt him, that about 100 signatures had been biting him about tho rijht eye. obtained. So far as we know, or Tlie wound soon healcdj"I and can hear, not one of these petinothing serious was exacted to tions was ever seen in this portion come from it, and it was dsmissed of the county, and we are therefrom his parents' mind. And not fore unable to say what tho petiuntil Wednesday precoma his tion represents or asks for. It death, about nine monthsafter he would have been accepted as an was bitten, did ho show fny signs act of courtesy if those circulaof tho terrible disease, flien he ting such a petition and favoring refused to touch water, and the such a movement had have shown sight of it caused tho harl spasms one of their petitions in the porthat always attend this torrid af- tions of the county to be expected fliction. He did not slee) any du- to dissent from their movement, ring the last few days ofhis life, and an evidence of fuir dealing, and had a disposition to rove so that those citizens not favoring around when not in convulsions. their movement, could have mot Just before his death tho wonmls their representations as best they made by the dog, nine moiths be- might. Tho movement will acfore, became very visibloaud in- complish nothing so far as tho reflamed. His last wordi were, moval of tho county scat is con"Go away, Alice, ho will gt you," cerned, but it is to be regretted at the samo timo reachiig over because such issues are always after his little sister, bul wis very tho cause of so much bitterness of feeling, local feuds, personal weak, and soon passed awiy." enmities, strife, &c, and seldom A fircnt Discovery, i to Mr. Wni. Thomas, of Newton, iL gays' result in any substantial benefit Such move'My wite his been serioua'y afTeclM villi a tho whole people. cough for twenty five j ears, and tiuruig, ments do, or are supposed to, afmore severely than ever before; SW had fect tho value '"of real estate, by used many remedies without relief, d be- injuring the old and improving the ing urged to iry Dr. King's New new county seat locality, and u-! dm so. with moat rratilvmir result-1 Tnlli orEjjcHInRlIclIossr' J, Baltimoke, m'Vi 4. A Herald spccisl .WXA9FI tTt ew I 1 , first botthj relieved her verv mud. and the second bottle has absolutely enrtfl her. She has not had so good health fjr thirty vrarn"' i Trial Bottles Free at Fortune's Drug Store. Large Size $1.00. f hereafter Ctodn TVnter. two trains a day : One arriving Wi erpect to begin operating for the tea-top. m. and leavingpt 11 eur netc TufCi Soda- spperatux, tJ'C, on here at 4 A. m.; and one arriving at W A. m. Saturday, t3 tnorrotc, call at to - nickman is have nickman will retain the county seat by a good round majority. It is true that Hickman is incon- als, stirs up bad blood, &c. This is to be regretted; and speaking for ourselves this is the only cause for regretting such a contest, for in a full vote of tho whole county touching the pockets of individu- FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. ' Our neighboring county, Obion, is being greatly agitated over tho temperance and prohibition cause, and it is said tho question will enter largely into the election of that comity, this year. day. and leaving at 5 p.m. Tks will bo a great convenience o tho traveliug public, and to the trade interests of Hickman in particular. People along the line, having business in Hickman, can noji visit here, and return homo the same Sever Give Vp. If you are suffering with pressed ' . Men's and Boy' nootH, net half their cost, still cont'nues at J. Amberjj's Sons, Also, Chtldren'M Shoes, at 25c to $1. La dies and Misses tine Shoes, from 50c to $1.-- 5. Call and net some of these bargains lfore they are all raid- It is not half tbeir original cost. - The great excitement over the cheap with beautiful manners, is to feel Ker that everybody, no matter how poor, needs all the kindrich or Powell & Bro. arc to tfo front, ness they can get from others in as usual, getting in thr work this world. most handsomely, for th&ale of The Largest and the Cheapest Stock of harvest machinery. Twolbvass-er- s Straw lists ever shown in Hickman, at in the field, cuuvassiulFuUou, PiAUT'9. Hickman and Graves counties, The livery stable of Emmet ivy. and Obion and Laze coun Reeds, at Fulton, was destroyed ties, Tenn. They handlojlie very by fire, Friday evening last. The best lino of machinery. Farmers loss is estimated at $2,200, with wanting harvest machinery, would $2,000 insurance. Tlie cause of the do well to see them before buying fire is unknown, mid some think elsewhere. f it the work of an incendiary. The doing of job vork by CASH PRICE paid for amateur printers is of doubtful m DigheitFEA TI1ERS, WOOL r.d propriety. A newspap is of ALEXANDER $ MAXWELL. The police judge election at Fulton, Saturday last, appears to have been a heated affair, and we gen oral interest " and" Uerj&Vit. It depends largely upon j?b work for its existence. The (amateur press confers no benefit rbatever upon a community. It iarespeet-full- y submitted that tbo interests of tho newspaper and the community in which it circulates arc closely identified, and that each should A The best receipt lor going through life in an exquisite way, loss of app tite, eral debility, disordered blood, weak cfflKuution, betdnclie, or any disease of a ffious no. tuitt, by all means procure a botRiof Klec trie Bitters. You will be sifpraai .owe the rapid improrenicnt lhat wS follow ; you will bo inspired vrii line w life7tren;;h y and activity will return; pain va will ceai;e, and henceforth you l rejoice &,H at in the praise of Electric fitly cents a bottle at Foriuru's ES Store. lod I I de- nit election. Fraud and illegal voting is charged, and the people may look for interesting developments. uted in compounding hear that Leet will contest Starks' Krery Prccatttian PRESCRIPTIONS at support the other. FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. A full and complete line of BRYAN A very exciting election for Police Judge occurred at Fulton, last Saturday, and it is said a good deal of money was lost and won H. BUCHANAN. on the result. The contestants were Ed Starks and Albert Leet The Morrison tariff bill was both very popular gentlemen. defeated on Tuesday by 156 to 151. Starks won by 21 votes. Three Republicans voted for the The Ladies are especially invited to call bill ana 41 Democrats against n. sod eee our large stock of Embroideries, This is the great tariff bill that has Laces Neckwexr, G!oc., ITosiery, Lawns caused so much discussion, so nd fine Dress Goods, which we will sell as much excitement, so much dissenlow as any other house, in this or our neighboring towns. BROWNS celebrated custom midc SHOES for men, boys, ladies, misses, and children The best in the United Stale?, and at prices that will compote with any makeof Good3 in the country. venient to certain portions of the county, but any other site will be inconvenient to othor portions. For instance, Madrid TIend precinct is 30 miles from Cayce, and oven tho voters of Cayce precinct ought not to want to force those people to come that distance, even if they had tho power. Many votors, even of those who may have signed a petition, when they come to think seriously of the result, the geography of the county, &c, tho cost to the will vote against tho proposition. Wo lenrn that many of the petitioners have obtained the idea that a new court house and a new jail are to bo built, and that the people are to be taxed therefor neither of which is true. Some one, wo don't kuovr who, caused a bill to be passed by tho Legislature authorizing a tax to build a now jail, but wo have never heard a citizen or official pretend that anything was to bo done further than to repair the old one. A new jail is not needed, and would be a very foolish expenditure. As to the court house it is not such a building as would excite the pride of a people, but has answered our purposes for many years and will answer as many more. To be sure, certain citizens of Hickman, from lime to time, have talked about our ueedintra fine court houso, and havo even urged that tho town of Hickman would bmld ana present one to the county, the city owning the present one tor our new college hnillinr. but such talk is only a matter of pride. However, If any of these petitioners are such as to be ashamed of the present court house, we guarantee that a now and better one can bo obtained without one cent additional tax to the people of tho tax-payer- The old PLAUT Hoic still in the leal. This is what the pfcopld say go to 1 lauts to buy goods cheap The largest, the greatest variety of Stock, carried by any house in this country. Ladies arc solicited to call and see their immanse Stock of Embroiderthe earlier. Perhaps tho time was iu Our store was never so replete with inviting bargain, as at present, ies, Laces, Gloycs, Hosiery, Neckwear, Fans, &c. Their Stock and low earlier and purer days of this Prices will catch you. country when a man wns' ruined, nor our goods of more desirable quality. or at least injured, by proving that lie had directly or indirectly sold lasaasgB 1 his own vote, or that he had 1g ii bought tho vote of another, but is it a fact now? Not a day, cer-Our stock and arc un7 7 SE2S3C tainly not a general or exciting surpassed for of Dress Goods embraces all the leading styles, all compeBELOW elegance, unequalled in variety, and are election occurs, that open charges tition are not made of votes being bought oupcroin pice. The attention of the ladies is especially invited to our in all shades to suit everybody from 2oC, to 500. In this line fhey stock. and sold, and who can point to an can't be surpassed by any market. man ot promiinstance where ti Lace Curtains, Oil Curtains, Marseilles quilts Carpets, Matting, Hligs, nence was ever punished for it? &c, in great variety, at prices that never mil to please. True, no doubt, many are accused Just replenishing their large stock of Ladies, Misses and Childrenwho are not guilty, but take only Pinafore and other styles ofslippers and shoes.. DonJt fail to see Platit'S In White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, Parathat class in which guilt is proven by just such testimony as sols, Handkerchiefs, Tics, Ribbons, and Notions of all descriptions, our fine hand sewed FRENCH KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in the town. would convict in an ordinary court styles are the latest, and our prices the loiccst. The gentlemen are reminded that we are still seilihg a number' one all any of justice, and whore is there Wool suit lor 7.50, worth anywhere 10.00. Our $10.00 suits arc nob- instance of one ever having been Saa Sgrj) EtoiiWSVgl punished? On the contrary these bies. well wortn $15,000. '& men turn such charges into a powThree dozen nice white We arc Headquarters for fine Shoes. Our make of Gents and Ladies erfully leverage, to obtain public sympathy, howl "persecution" and fiue Shoes cannot be excelled in beauty, nor equalled in durability. Every come out "martyrs," with a fat of- pair warranted. fice and new honors, instead of fillAVe also call the attention of the gentlemen to our really elegant styles ing a prison cell. The public havo in Clothing and Furnishings. If you are not posted in the latest fashionlearned to look for just such re you good. In gauze and balbrig- - in latest styles to close at 50c, sell anywhere for $1.25. cut vi&it sults whou"they read of-a- "Invos able Underwear, to our store would doCollars, &c, we carry the day. fancy -- Hose, lies, gan Dontjfdil to ace our nobby 25.00 suits the best fitting Goods ill the tigating Committee." " Combined with these, Low Prices (for which wc are famous) make markctriid don't you forget it Plaut will cut any mans prices. IVejicrmit no house to sell closer than we do for "Don't you forget it," Plant is knocking quiU a formidable array. the bottom out of prices. qid rices. WE arc the Jjcaaers ana Makers ot Ex-G- o v. Blackburn has been Kentucky road overseer. made a We heartily wish that every road overseer's place in the State could bo filled bp prominent men, those 32 the Loio who havo figured in tho higher circles, nothing would show them -- xoxmore conclusively that the sj'stem is almost worthless, and perhaps wo would succeed in having some legislation on tho subject that Fulwould be worth something. re-sto- ck to-d- ay WW i m a i . mum SBiEalSi GOODSfi - iffl - White Goods, Embroideries, &o. - Jk'ilky' is ?sdlll Who Made l PLAUT BROS. & GO. JlSaili a HS selection of Prices? ton Index. Tbe best braiwUt of Flour, Sugar, .Mollis ms, Co&e himI Fuucy Groceries, always on hand, and sold at the ery bottom itoich, at Jot received, a fine B AB Y J. BUGGIES ALSO WF. announce immense ing to buy. to our friends and lUt public generally, that we havo just recoived stock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trado of parties wishWc can show all stylos of Furniture in plain aud fancy. Also, a fine line Aximsrg's So.N'3. n Prices Low. Will not he s, at FORTUNES DRUG STORE. 1'ron tho Covington Cbaawaw'ftUh. and other rtttdtng matter, now kept in ttock The Blandvillo Plaindealer of Friday says a party of civil engi neors passed through that city a few days before and gave out that thev wore surveying a railroad from Grand Chain, Ills., through Blandvillo to strike a point on the Illinois Central railroad in bouth Ballard county. It is thought the engineers are looking for a new route for the Illinois Central railroad to cross the Ohio river with taducah Newt. a bridge. Seattle Library, Wliy Jew Oonntlen lire Formfil. AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. New Goods of all grades in my line. undersold. N. R. I alas have the finest line of Customers politely nerved nickman. I FEAR NO COMPETITION. AS MY Call and Examine. UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to any retail Furniture store in tho ''Purchase. on nhort notice. GOOuS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR Wvc propose lo make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You can rest assured you need never lcavo our house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell ea low as l5sadilfe IIs ? &,a.m & CO. tyle. Also Very respectfully, DMUHTXESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. Don' lancet the place, on the opposite corner from I'laut Rro'a. & Co under tho New ClT' HALL Give roc a call before buying etaewhen. jSyYnu ean depend upon finding any thing in my house that ia kept in afirstclnsa FURNITURE STORE. T. F WILBUKN SSrAll kinds of Repairing dono on short uotkcj and in a workmanlike wc rooms In new Odd Fellow bnildin.5. are prepared to give special inducements as acvrz 3el bji?d c:E:o:r?ns:E, Contractors and 3iiiidei,s of Houses. 1 J mP Stril Kentucky fortwo purposes: For the benefit of a landholder who wants a county seat on his farm ; BEEN' RECENTLY ENLARGED, and for tho benefit of a lot of fel- npHIS HOUSK HAS renovated. Convcnent to river REFITTED, REFURNISHED 3 and thoroughly and railroad, and attentive fill oonnty oflows who want to watch kept and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section. fices. JBI. New counties are created in mm&Bmm JB. That we are still ahead m this market with the --- --- TUK25IJBK9 Proprietor. Sheriff. ;iP:s?,o-H;o;s"fc- ? Choxpeat Store in town, low, at Uuv low, cell PtAtrrt. Iowa, Oregon and West Virginia Democrats havo instructed for the old ticket." One othor Stato HO YE FARMERS! ,For AVe county. Tho petition being sent to the Legislature only about I days bo- fore its adjournment, (the 12th), signed by only a largo minority of the voters of the county, no opportunity for those dissenting from it to make their objections known, ageuts and farm implement men are again running the fraudulent note game on fanners in adjoining States, and may bo in some parts of this. Fanners should be very careful how they transact business with strangers. Bettor deal with your homo institutions. Still ull, at J. Ambebq's Sons. We notice that lightning-rod HcwIbr Machines, FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. The Kentucky Legislature is to adjourn tine itV, on tho 12th. Judero Mulligan, a member, dis cussing the motion, declared that it was the universal opinion of tho 50 per cent in quality by buying FUItXI people that this Legislature was TORE at E.T.GAKDNER'3. the biggest humbug and most inThe bill requiring druggists competent one that over assembled at Frankfort. Wo guess Mul-- . to take out license to sell whisky .ligan is about right. in counties where tho option law exists passed tho Housejput Fr25 Cents you can buy aoO Cent Straw not passed tho Senate uj to had last Plaot's. Hat, at advices. It was amended allowWo are assured that the Miss- ing tho sale for medical purposes issippi Eiver Commission has ex Avithout license. & pended a quarter of a million of The farm of Dr. II. H. "WHsm, eo!d dollars for machinery for "2Jew next Monday, at the court BoSe, to bemost is a Madrid Reach" improvements. valuable farm is a most raSllent stock The machinery must bo getting farm, well improved, four good tenant rusty by this time, and by tho time houses, two fine orchards, vtnety of fine Congress makes another appro- fruiU, &c , and the appraisen value the place per is a priation a now lot will havo to be home chance at $17 50 one aci? Beregood for some rare toSake a ordered. Record. and paying investment, as sate is on V& sion, is dead. The Coueier forOnly this, the bears comment. country can not hold the Democratic party responsible for tariff legislation until the people give us tho President and both Houses of Congress. An interesting revival meeting is in progress at the Methodist church, under charge of Rev. Mr Waters, assisted by Rev. J. n. Roberts, of McKenzie. Sever al conversions, and a nrnnber of seekers at the altars, reward their christian efforts. There is now promise of a very interesting pro tracted meeting. You can save 25 per cent In pnc, and the Legislatiue will scarcely order any such election; but if it does, tho proposition will be easily defeated. Hickman is not solfish about tho county scat, and docs not regard its location hero as an absolute essential to our prosper-itv- . but believinir that it is most convenient for a majority of the whole county, Hickman expects to keep it. Tho people about Cayce are .not specially inconvenienced as to the county site, but those of the Fulton and Lodgton precincts are, and hence the Cos of tho peourier and favored the esple of nickman tablishment of a law court at Fulton for the accommodation of tho Fulton and Lodgton precincts. This movement failed this winter because, aR wo understand, the business of tho county was not uflieient to divido tho court. When our population increases sufficiently, a branch court will be established at Fulton, but tho geography of tho county must bo changed before the county seat can bo removed to Cayce. ' are authorized lo announce Judge g-ze- t. B. It. WALKER, as a candidate for the ofSco of Sheriff at the ensuing August elecHarvest is near athund, and it is wise tion. Pennsylvania has instructed Harvest Machiur for to There is no chance for Randall, eryplace your orders in order that you may Wo are authorized to announce Capt- - W an early day, may also be counted for get at you "want- The jirobabUhies are A. SHUCK, as a candidate for the office of that State what Tilden. that the demand for Hinders the present Sheriff of Fulton county at the ensuing season will be great factories will not be August election. Clothing! Cloiii:nst Clothing! able to supply the demand. Prices on Wc arc authorized to announce M. "W. Hinders r really reduced this year. A prand dispisy tn his line, from the cheap We would be pleased to have those wanU FARMER, as a candidate for the office of cat to the moat nobhy. In this line I can ing any thing in the Agricultural line call Sheriffof Fulton county. Election in Ausave you from one to four dollars a miit. .,. .., ni lu.fnr.i htivine. Wo represent a gust next. II. BUCHANAN. number of first class factories, ami handle iniple hut the Gen. Grant has sent Gon. John nothingknowing best Machinery is and that the best always the lnentu, B. Gordon a very kind letter in re- cheapest. We will nitike a liberal divide gard to the proposed Confederate of our commissions to cash purchasers, and Home, with a check for $500. easv terms to nine purchasers. We are agents for the well known and Though tho main building of the popular factories, Kingsland & Ferguson Manufacturing Company's World's Exposition in !Nov Or- pines, Corn Shelters. Saw Threshers, Eh. Mills, Cotton leans is the largest over eroded (linfi, &; Pitts Son's Chicago Threshers. iu tho country, being 1,370x900, Engines, &c; C. Aultman & Co's. world yet it is now thought necessary renowned and popular Harvest Machinery to construct another immense . Binders, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers, A-osriD - tt:p Stock of DIIY GOODS ever ottered for sale in Hickman. You can compare our prices and the quality ol our Goods lo any, and we are satisfied that you will save money by buying from tie. Our I m is the best that can be bought, and was manufactured especially for Us so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, and as low 03, catl m fsm be bought in any retail house. scHiieiin, vJ "We invite all that want choice fresh fancy Groceries) to call on Us and wc will sell very low the best brands of Flour && 'I tion of Government, State and agricultural exhibits. Tho carpenters' strike does not interfere with tho progress of Exposition build- building, 1,000x100, for tho recep- We kave a full stock of Men's, Ladle's and Misses Custom made Shoes which we will guarantee; also, some of the old stock which we will stil ut half their cost from 50. 25c to Beau-cham- six and twelve months time. ing. Blaino camo within a few votes of carrying Now York over all opnine-tenthposition, lie carried many moro districts than Arthur, and to keep Blaino from reaping tho fruits of his victory, Arthur's friends voted to give all tho delegates-at-larg- e to Edmunds. Arthur could not carry his own State but tho officeholders of tho South aro rolling up votes for him. Isaac Arbuckle, ITnitod States Marshal, tolls about tho discovery in Carter county of a man impied Heotar DaviB, who has not a bone, in his body. His health is good, but ho has to bo supported in a si'EciAirirs chair by frame work. Ho is forty years old. Ex. W. C01S2EAK S 0.!S. A national convention of exposition oflicials will bo held in St. Keen Kutler Axcg, Barb Wire, Expert Louis on June 3rd. As nearly ov noes, Charter Oalc Stoves, Silver Steel X orv citv in tho Unitod States is Cut Saws, Clock b, &c. arranging for an affair of this sort, tho meeting will no doubt bo COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. largely attended. Engines &c &c.;also D. M. Osborne & Co's. fine line of popular Harvest Machinery their Binders "that beat them all alike; Hoozierwhcat and corn Unas, ouiKy nay Kakcs, (nothing better in this line); Bren-n- an & Co's. Wheat & Corn Drills, Sorghtlm Machinery, Corn Shellers, Threshers, &o. and many others too tedious to mention. We keep in stock a general assortment of In a word, we arc Plows, CultiTalors,&c prepared to furnish, on short notice, any? thini: wanted in the way of Farm Machinp ery and Implemonte. Our line of Groceries in complete, and of the best quality. at from 50c to Headquarters SI 00 per barrel less than any houe in town; Flour pure and unadulterated. Fed. of all kinds, for Stock. WHEAT wanted at all times at market price. Please call and Eee Us, and make your wants known, and vou will oblige truly JHrtfDMAN, "ST April. AM AI1E. BTJILDIISra "We offer Bpecial MA-TERIAI- ,, &e r SHOP. Korlh West corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues, liast Hickman, Ky., BsafSatiafaction guaranteed. ' - ing material, Paints and Oils. inducements to builders in Doors, Sash, and all build- y aMSSH DBAliBR ' " W DIESTELBRINK Family Groceries, to name all articles, but ho trouble to show goods. andome and sec, at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. East liickmr?, Ky J. W. COWGILL, X2ST TTO sbace I rHEOTGS, PATENT ' Ky., April 11, PQWELL& HKOTHEK. ISS4-. BOOTS AND SHOES. Shevill's Sale. By virtue of execution No. 2828, directed to me, which issued from tho Clerk's office ot the Hickman Common Pleas Court, in favor of Jno. Finoh, ndminietralor, against V. II. Bolew, I, or one of my Dep. uties, will, on Monday, the 12ih day of May, 188-1between tho hours of 12 o'cldok, it., and 1 o'clock, r. ji., at the Court House door in Hickman Fulton county, Ky.. expose to Public Sale, to the , E. GLAZIEE. Keeps in slock the very Best Material, and keeps only the best workmen. Work guaranteed. Repairing solicited. '' : - h Pftllli J. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE T'DlLEfiRTlCLES . A Pcnnsylvanian haspatcnted an invention which he claims will solidify whisky, so thafit can lo fl J. ambehg's SOK3. carried about in plugs the same as tobacco. It will then "take a The houso of Kev. K. A. chaw," instead of a drint, who lives near Union City, I You can buy a fine full slafc Calf Boot was entered one night last week, evidently for the purpose of rob- at J. Ambcrg's Sons', for S2.0. and Calf bery and perhaps murder. They 3IIOC3 ai Zl.O IU 3'J zo. 1 were frightened away by Mrs. Tho river is rising at Hickman. Beauchamp waking up aud arous- The Mississippi is als?rising at ing her husband. Tho doors were St. Louis from 1 to day. found broken open and an axe iu Some apprehension tfit it may in tho hall. It is evident tho par- overflow, but tho besfoninion is ties entered the houso bent upon that it will not. mischiof. A bill passed the Setate Tues We hare the prettiest stock of Carpets day extending tho juriliiiction of and Oil Cloths erer brought lo this town, and' at prices that defy competition ; also, the Common Pleas Courito Graves Lace Curtains, in the piece or by the yard, county, m order tlmflSore time may uo uevotctl to tlijl chancery frvm the cheapest to the fmc?t. J. Ajibeko'sSons. - business. p, Cotincil IIickuax, Ky., May, let, 1881. met Present Mayor McCutch-en- , Counciltuen Beckmau, Moore, Shaw, and Witting. The minutei of tho last meeting were read approved and signed. ACCOUNTS Tho Logislaturo has created a Kamage, new county in tho mountains and named it Knott. ItiuKIcn'N Arnl'-r-t fiIvc. 2a f ALLOWED. The Best Salve in the world for Ctite, Tho following accounts were presented Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khenm, Fever and properly approved, and on motion were Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand?, Chjlblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and poii- allowed; It S2 23. tivelv cures Piles, or no Dnv rcnuirodW. L. Gardner, removing hogs, J. Witting, Btreet pay roll, Apr., 26, 1045. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, " " " May 3, 88.20. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per " box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. 81DE WALKS. Oa motion, ordered that the street com I 5?5fc SA1LE, mittee take immediato steps to enforci tho AZjJLNTD, order heretofore issued to havo the sldo walks of the city put in good order, and when parties fail to itnnndiately and stricton Dyirshurgroad. SJiai'-ely obey their orders, they will proceed to Hickman. Address, have the same done and tax the property P. DONAHQE, with it. care Saml. C. Davis &. Co , St. Loui, Mo. - highest bidder, the following property, KENTUCKY STREET, (or eo much thereof, as may be neceasary to satisfy PlaintifFs debt, interest, and constantly on hand forhir costs,) to wit ; Plat jYo. 2 in tbo division KEEPS sale conof the lands of Jas. Davis, deceased, HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. sisting of 43 acres, and bounded as fol. Having purchased the stable, horses lows: Beginning at a post at the and onttro outfit df W. B. Plummer corner of Plat No. 1; thenc? west 75 we propose to continuo tho business, and poles to apost; tbenco south 90 poles to a solicit patronage post; thence east75 poles to a post; thence north 00 poles to the beginning; being the same deeded to J. J. Walker by D. P. Johns, commissioner and by Walker to Be- lew; levied upon as tne property ot it, ( 25cts Lower than the Lowest SDUth-west Earis & Parkeb, 'S ft3 Trusses -- w jiillil f Htal &, ? Sapjoti! ' JSCllls paints 3C3cI &c, &e, bell after 10 o'clbd &c, &c, & SRa. ggjggP "Prescriptions Ellcd at any hour, day or night. King night W. A.l HENSOKj iiGWEK and LOWER. All kinds of Groceries hams,side3j8i as cheap as the cheapest. 1 will not bd JOHN WITTiNO. undersold. groceries Terms. Sale will be made on a cred .. of three (3) months, bond with approved TIMBER Macros for s ha7e no clerk expsnsss no store ron and pay cash for all my Groceries, and security required, bearing interest at the therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap rale of G per cent, per annum, from day est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon of eale, and having the force and effect of Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than tbo low st. JOIIN WITTING. arepkviu bond. w. u.juiiasuni, buti. r. u. April 1G, 1881. 1 a. Below. FULTON BANK Novelties! Xoveitlehf Kovcttlesf STotice. DENTIST, OF FUIiTOii KY. Capital S5O,OO6;00i -- lock-dp- . On motion, the lock-n- p committee was granted until next meeting to report. On motion council adjourned. R. E- - Millet, C. C Stile. Apply to 20 MILK COWS. miles cast of Ilickman,'JKy. '3 . J. II. SIMMONS.-- 0 All prsons holding claims ajrainsl the" BIGKAN, KMTUGKY-A magnificent line of ladies Dress Goods estate of Mrs. AnnisL. Robinson, deeeasedt Discounts Paperahd Lbahfi Mdney, Buys Dres3 Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Neck aro requested to tup siu claims, property Wear, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, doves, proved tip on or before the 30th of June, "Wishes to inform the public generally, that and Sells Exchange on any Point in tlio nf Dent- - TTni wl States. Salicits ''"Accounts of tho Fan?. Parasols. &c. Newstyles in all of the J 1SS4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm. Wis full v Tirnriorrvl in ,lr t1 istry. Tarties wishing further inforraa- - People Generally. Collections ami 1 rempk above Goods, and at prices lower than ever. IX. O. UlJClv, tibn, will please call at my Office, first door Remittance at Cnrrent Rate of Lxchange; Call aud sec flicm. Guardian Matlie Kobinson: J Ti MITCHELL, Caslar. westol Laclede House, II. BUCHANAN. St. . f . 1 $si ft - Tf&V l) P " C-- Saye1 S -- SO -- '"" ,v "aflpTV """ " " - - " " " " ' ' 'JJ Jnfp0.-- gvg,i'50.'Tj' iiMraTsrrn Ml' Miw " ',r-- 4 ? -- A . i .... ... i. :' i Old f .' . ESS dlkdkGlI? f1 aw r, Mt5 KSB yOiw I will sell these Goods and the maker of Low Prices, has returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever broughtto Hickman Twenty Per Cent. Cheaper than any house hi this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goodsand prices. T3B EICKHAS CQTOIEB. V III MA It T KI.KCTIO.X d9KJRCKU' H. BUCHANAN. cr sum ged for a primary election in this Special to tli i. In lite L1O8M Of i PiTTSiiUKGir, Pa., May 4. A district as a means for harmonizNka.Ii, tlio Ashland murderer, is Tho Democratic Congressional ing tho Democratic party. The German fanner named M. 6. O'DANIEL, II. D., 3. to bcTiuag, July 18th. living on the outskirts of Committee which met in Paducah, party managers have called tho this, city; has inaio a wonderful PROFESSIONAL The bankruptcy bill which pass- Saturday last, for consultation, primary election, and wo thank invention a now method that will A (lie Nntnre.Trcnlmrii: OpERS to HIS citizens of Hickman and hud XifCiure oneuro of the WmkurM, or Itrullcnl passed resolutions calling nPon them for thus bowing gracefully revolutionize whisky distilling. ed the TJ. S. Seuate, is not likely Kiwrmaturrht., IndutfJ j Inrolur.U Tieictj. ry Euil4ion, Impotetief, nou Debility. ; -tho Democrats of this Congres- to the will of tho people. Tho He has discovered a way of makOfte Corner room in Laclede Hoaso. lnix'diaicntn to MnrTinge Kder!ljr ; CouauoiUrot to pass the Houbc. Kpllup ami li ing solidified whisky and making Mental Ami PJij.ieal lnconiit(; , sional District to meet at tho reAc.-- ily KOIJEUTJ. Cl'LYJCIXW LL, 31. P., auThe old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of Mil N. H. Long, of Lyon coun-ty- , spective voting prccinc&.m their Courier wanted tho primary ing it into packed plugs just liko Book,4 ie. thor of the "(r-fDR. .A.. .A. The nnthor, la Uili adnlrtbni is the Republican .elector for respectivevcounticptiturday, election at tho regular August tobacco. Besides th:tt he cays lecture, clmrly proTm fntii hit own election, but tho main point was ho can also diptillSErin'Mj'V.d form, may tlixt tlirnx fill coiisujuf acts of Lphysicanawdsurbeon,. .e&VetDa'ljr.rruioTril without tfeoeroiM.iars'ral b tliis'Coiigreesional District. August ISO, ami cast tfieir votes at to get a direct vote of the people, so that it will be tho exfict equiveSj'ea rntlnno, Umgtrs, luMrnmrnU. tine or corJUU 5tke5s4 f poiiiiiui; out a. nioueoi cure IECKTMAN, onto crrtiln aud KENTUCKY The Massachusetts Democrats a primary election to bo held at and hence let us not cavil as to alent of two and t.y which ctrry jnflerr, no niattrr ht whisky immediately after com"1? condition may my cure himself clituply, ti place for their choice the day. l. will nominate Gen. Butler for Presi- that timpand arot radically. from the still. The gentleman not Has a splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, AfFERS his rroftssional Services to r I"!" Inturt prona boclo tkovtauih and dent. We Btood Grccly, but of a Democratic candidate for only lmd his models in shape, but which are offered at the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. fAoMinff, Sent nnder al. In a plain iTI(,p, lo at j a J. Congress. jnlC-'8- 0 patplease excuse us from Butler. druu, on receipt of four cnl, or two pwetngt PRESIDENTIAL RUMOR. ho has most of his inventions from (tampH. Addren The custom of the party in this ented. Last month parties THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., Tn Republicans in Congress District? has been to hold conven New York offered him tho sum of 1 1 Ann St., Kew Turk, S Y. ; Ton Ode Bo, 0 Report That Tildeu and $100,000 for his inventions; and C. L. LC--are for free tobacco nnd free whis- tions ; thesejconventions the past i'nyiftcivlll rim Together. MaJ&auajaaJE he came within an ace of selling key. How does that suit temper-unc- o ten years have been tho pretext ATTORNEY Ar LAW it to them, under tho impression Republicans hereabouts! and causo of dissatisfaction and A member of tho Democratic that they were onlv to make and and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Stato Central Committee says that Collector, Real Estate Agent. .TuN:r-7tthe proposition to dissension, splitting the party iuto within a week an important con- sell in that State, but, discovering be exactly as represented. VjcVf&m m nffl r WuJJ equal parts, one' side clamoring ference of Democrats has been that they were trying to secure it preliibit-thsale of liquor in Balhe disHICKMAN, KY. and tho other for held in the East concerning tho from him for all States, lard county will be voted upon by for conventions fgT Will attend promptly to all buel The past throe Presidential nomination. Tho gen- missed the offer. whisky will be Tho cases of voters of the county. The primary elections. the ntu entrusted him in Southwoaten E, E. CASE & CO. elections tho primary election tleman says if tho plans agreed about the same size as a plug of Kiatuciy and Northwestern Tennessee contest promises to bo a lively upon by that conference arc light in Democrats have triumphed at the Specinlattention given to the inveatigk will bo nominated tobacco, and aro rather one. ties of Land titles, and tho pttrchaEe polls, but their triumph has not for President and Payne for Yico color. A man can carry a plug of and f Jan8 in Tlh? best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed, salt of Real Eatato. Dr. Gale, tho Although many arc this whisky can his pocket, disharmonized tho party any more President. Nets, Seinet, Line4", Hook, and aU.kirJi pull it out, when thirsty of tho Central Lunatic Asy- than when tho convention nomi- surprised that Payne should be solve it in a tumbler of water, or The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give ape- ofHihing Tncklo and Snpplien, at abtr Correspondence solici ed, gain. Groceries and Family Supplied gtn lum, against whom severe charges nees triumphed. The division be- mentioned for socond place, it is else take a "chaw," as he would cial inducements B. A. & R. T. Tyler, erallv. apparent that Tildeu is not liable of tobacco. It would bo espeE. B. BREVARD. of mismanagemontand cruel treat- tween Democrats in this District to live out his term, and Payne ment of patients were preferred, has not boon because of any disa- would then bo president. Yet tho cially valuable over tho present Lawsave leakage. is dead. are liquid, as it would tho whisky cargreement as to party principles, interests of the two candidates HICKMAN, KENTUCKY During battles so closely allied that it has been ried by armies for medicino or James is now on bond. but solelv as to the mode of agreed to equally divide tho Frank attend to all business The beat make of th cckbeate4 lost at the Y entrnslad to their care. His bond was fixed at $0,000. He party organization. Tho conventhe ticket wins. Payne stimulants has beenmost by the MANUFACTURERS OP time when needed Columbus Office Millet Block. now walks tho streets of Boons-vilU- , tion Democrats nowcomo forward, will be given control of the entire barrels or vessels being riddled aBv8-'Mo., as free as any man. It surrendering their preference for West, while Tildcn's hand will bo with bullets. The boxes of tho '& solid whisky might bo shattered, is undestood that he will never be the convention plan and agree to seen in the East. This arrangement is perfectly but during or after tho battle tho 0. Hugfcleite WHsoa submit to and support the nominee brought to trial again. satisfactory to the Pay no element cakes of alcohol could be easily bargain, at theLtvery Kep of a primary election. What more in Ohio," said tho committeeman, ?f3 1 PI Two men Beldom argue the tar- can the primary election Demo- "and as the confidence in Payne gathered up uninjured. ATTORNEY AT LAW nnd Sale Stable of FARIS & PARKED iff without each convincing the crats ask T At this primary elec- has weakened since tho election, Cnllle Kill. Trillium nnd HICK1IAN, KY. other that he don't understand tion, held at each voting precinct, Tilden is considered tho best man .SenatorWashington Post.l the Drewrfy, From the to win. what the other is talking about, any and all Democrats can go to a JgTCOLLEOTIONS promptly remitte The success of tho in all "But where is ntcemro xvd roavacnxi or what ho is saying himself. It the polls and vote for his choice, this combination!Hendricks bill in tho Senate, it maybe 2.Abstracts of titles a specialty. is is oven so with the Bpeech makers and the candidate receiving the "Ho is left out. Ho refused to said without iuvidiousness, and Conjnjission Jrjereljaqfca duo to tho persistent IT.Ml in Congress. with Tilden largely r largest number of votes in tho run for W; KNOBRB, II. inlSSO. Tilden would have con- - intelligent enons 01 aenaior .prob-bu- t HICKMAN, Ki of Kentucky, .who has Geakt won't speak to Blaine ; whole District will be the Demoon tho '70 ticket, ""S, to the Kp always on hand, Fresh Oonkling calls Arthur "that man;" cratic nominee. Of course there Hendricks wanted to take first nb y given more attention (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) of tho legislation LIME, CEMENT, J.A1.T. rLA3TBIl will be some dissenting, some still nlace. no is now willing to take subicct-matte- r Logan denounces Lincoln as an nrniinspil tlmn nnv other nubile GRASS SEED?, CLOVER, 4c second again ingratej Arthur hates Blaine; and obiectinjr. but trno' Democrats Tilden will notbecause ho thinks man in the. country. Hois luiuscil live through his Will aaka liberal advance en Go4tg0 party Phelps accuses Edmunds of spec- who have the harmony ofthe term. But we are done, with In- one of tho largest cattle raisers Cora, Ac., for sale or shipment. AXD a Senator. at heart, and fair minded men who diana statesmen for awhile. Wo nich4 ulating on, his votes as of the National Stock Breed And bo it goes. They denounce do not arbitrarily demand every- have had bad luck with them. Be- identAssociation first formulated ers' Caldwell's Higlj Scljoii each other, and yet talk of tho thing exactly their own way, should sides you must remember that a bill in this interest at the Chica an October Stato. It is willing to compromise some- Ohio is years ago. Democrats being hopelessly split be nrrc go convention : rour ;,l!Bnn.lni. UUUU"U1 tirtnr if Pornn irm DEALEX TUB FIFTH YEAR nill oorameaw what for tho sake of harmony. it. Tilden"w" "V"W""" "".'Vimi.. on tho tariff. would bo surer ot iti ,7, to JAMES There aro in this District as per- and it is safer to risk tho October stood to bo entirely acceptable Monti:!), An$r. 27tli, 1SS HICKMAS, liKXTUC'KY, and continue nine months. Lit the county committees see haps in all other Districts, some nlnftinn witli Tililnn nt tlift bond of.tUO aSSOCUUlOH. DRUGS, honorable and few men masquerading as Demo- the Presidential ticket than with TAINTS AND Dl'il-SIW- S, The course of Ptmly, in addition to thej that nnrKESE.tTisa ugh Primary Woik, will includo Bigki A KortiKcr Hliot. precinct are crats, icho are not Democrats, and of Payne." impartial men in each Mathematics, the Natural Science, Gewnait 8i. B. S., Latin and Greek, Book Keeping. PeHnxaal appointed as officers at the pri course these will go to work to The gentleman quoted is one of At Clarksvillc, last Thnrsday, Bud May was shot and instantly ship, Elocution and Vocal Cultnte. mary elections, and let these off- manufacture and magnify objec- tho most thoughtful, or Democrats of tho Stato Commit- killed by John D. Wood. It is TUITION TZll MOKTII. icers see that none but democrats tions, but tho great mass of those tee. said that May carried Wood's Primary, . i Naskville, Tennessee, 53 Miss Bell Rarick, to VST PRESCRIPTIONS CAZh F CO X P O U If D E Dl "Oft and lgal voters are permitted to who have been waning over this Intermediate, . . t . 0 DBALKB3 IS Advanced, . . . Nashville, whore ho seduced her, & vote; and then let each Democrat question of party organization are HAK5IOM7.IXO. under promise of marriage, and Parable monthlv In Advance work to get out a full vote of the true Democrats at heart, and will CtmjSL.'X.lM' cC 00 3Icn returned to Clarksvillc, where ho lljdroiiliobln Through Cowt Milk B. C. CALDWELL, . 1 Commis.sloner'.s Sale party, and harmony and victory hail this effort toward harmony Turner Vn X.lkolt Will HiibmlU Do 'ot, Kut MARY CALDWELL, Pnrfp boasted of having accomplished Yrom tho LnwrrnceTllle, S. V. Mrald.J will go together. Hickman, Ky., August 3, 1SS3. the girl's ruin. Ilcnco, the shootwith pleasure. Tho success of Ttom the Pailacab Standard. Fulton Circuit C'onrt, Kcntncky. fj HICKMAN MARBLE WORE About a month ago a cow beThe Nashville Banner says : ing. Mr. Henry Matthews, k Co., vounsr Let every true Democrat now the primary election plan will de- With a view to learning tho bear "Tf u I. frtm tlmt the Clarks-visite- o longing to on tho Chattahoouhco, PlautBros.Ajniust Plaintiff, ) Equity. J.. At W v who lives HICKMAN, KY. d r. to work for the harmony of pend upon tho interest Democrats ing of things, a Standard reporter: man 3f who wag yilcd at Strickland Ferry, was bitten by a J. W. Lester, Sc, Defendants. J some of the leading Demo-- yillo Thursday, had seduced a m it by going to tho polls By of a judgment and order the party in this district, through take factions. alivc of a gyer, under promise rabid dog, and subsequently wentn ; sale ofTirtueFulton Circuit Court, render-of of the city, of ilie I EEP3 all kinds of staple and fancy itli-ito be held and voting. Therefore let each A great many of the both the piimary election regular wing of marrjng0 then we cannot con-see- mad and lnd to be killed. ed at the February term thereof, 1881, in and every Democrat resolvo now a short time three of Ma Mat- the above cause, for the sum of five hunAugust 30th. If you prefer the to think that, while the in-- 1 sci0ntiouslv condemn tho murder. DHAiBl IS dollars plan, can't you yield to go to the polls and vote, and tention ot tne plan is goou, 11 nm seduction is a far blacker crime thews children was taken eick,and dred and eighteen the rate and Gten cants. convention of per cent. one of them, tho youngest, has with interest at this much as a pemocrat desiring support the nominee thus chosen. fail in accomplishing tho end de than rano. when tho victim is been lying totally unconscious for per annum trom me oru uay oi March, Italian and American Marbls and Conrectioneries. "Will be pleased to tee his old customers, and will both sail sired; that in as much as the young and innocent, and overcome, three weeks and died last Sunday. I&&4, until paid, and iia.JO coats herein. to see your party uuited. If you I shall proceed years ago the Republi- ner wing (so called) have ak?4 as it appears in this cubc, by ilat- - Tho other two arc very low and it court house doortoin offer for sale at the MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GltAVZ them in price aad quality. Call and see Some .w are opposed to conventions nnd Hickman. Ky., to the tronilB. u.i. uu Juinii jan-it,;Cncj nml nfirsistcnt en- that a "nrimarv election be jioui Fon't be undersold is hardly probable that they will highest bidder at Publio Auction, on cans were wont to howl loud and at the regular August election" Vjk lUi WIUIJHUVW have been asking for a primary d treaties. The punisnmcnu pnni-de- livo. It is generally believed in Monday, the I'Jth day of May, 1884. at 1 STONES. election, why back now from your plaintively over tho election of and not on tho 30th day of AuOJlJHS.SIOEUS SAIiiB bv law should be, at least, the neighborhood that tho sick- o'clock, p. M., or thereshouts, (being Coun - the gust, soldiers to ofllco bjthis will but leave open a equally as severe in the 0110 case a credit of six ty Court demand! was caused months, tho day), upondescribed property, TTAVINQ received a fine lot of Amor ness of these children following democrats. In this district their gap which will too readily bo taken as in the other, and until law-mathe cow II to fill all Italian Call and am pre Fulton CIrcniiVoartKonliscky. advantage of. Others ot tho same ors mti co it so. tne inuimuuu ui by drinking milk from by hydro- to wit: The following property in the pared ican and orders. larble, I examine Herman Fethe election to be held candidate for Congress is an Tna primary and wife Plaintiff, while she was effected county of Fulton, vii: The northwest families will wing express the opinion that it is AGAINST. phobia. At the time she was bit- fractional quarter, and the undivided half ur worn. from tho country promptly 0 August 30th, to nominate a cansoldier, and in Tenncsseo simply a concession on the part jnjurC(i an& disgraced Orders II. II. Wilson, &c, Defendants ) avenge tho ruin wrought by so- family sus- of the northeast quarter of section 35. w&y23 didate for Congress, is not to bo they have nominated an of tho regular Democracy, which duction in tho blood of tho se- - ten, and before tho was tho mat-to- r, township 1, range west of C west. Also. By virtue of a judgment aad order of pected that anything one undivided 1 6'h interest in the north Sale of the Fulton Circuit Cburt rendered held at the county seat, but at soldier for Governor. We make will not only fail to accomplish ducer." the cow was milked and the west fractional quarter oi section 2G, at the Febrnary Term thereof, 1881, io the desired end, but will widen each voting precinct in each coun-- ' no war on them for nominating children allowed to drink it, and township 1, range west of G west. Also, the above cause for of Hinctaea tho breach between the two facfAMILY (E?RgCERY Hundred and Forty-Sev- enthe sum Dollars Jtrnncli Pcnitentliirj. color, soldiers, but think they tions. it was probably used by other mem- one aged mare mule of sorrelseven one 2y precisely as any other election, with years, interest at the rate of six per cent, per Tho bill which has passed tho bers of tho family. It is a little Borrel horse mule aged about andju each voting precinct as should lay low about the demoThe Turner element of the city, annum from the 4tb day of March 1884, unoue sorrel horse about six years old, and C. nearly as possible the officers hold- crats electing such material. Per- so far as we can learn, aro entirely House at Frankfort providing for remarkable that only tho children 15 head of stock cattle; or so much of til paid, and $72.40 costs herein, I shall were affected, but from tho fact said property as may be necessary to sat- -' proceed to offer for sale at the satisfied with the course the com- tho construction of a branch e (DATIS OLD STANB.) ing Eaid elections will bo selected haps they excuse their inconsisat Eddyville, appropri- that they were all taken about the iafr said debt ana cost, xo ne soia in 'tic door, in Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidmittee has taken. A prominent purpose. same time, and are similarly affect- following order.-- First, selling the cat All kinds of from convention and anti- - tency, by saying that the egaally der, at PUBLIC? AUCTION, on MONDAY Democrat, one who has always ates $150,000 for that es then the 12th convention democrats. Is not they nominate have no chance to voted with the independent wing Tho Governor shall appoint three ed and the peculiarity of the di- tie, horses and mules; order; the real tin STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES r. m., day of May 1884, at one o'clock, First, or thereabouts (being Cbunty Cburi Commissioners to purchase lands, sease, tho conclusion is pretty tale, in the following and lastly, the first usually ' not that fair! of tho party, told a Standard res bo elected. house, atbot day) upon a crodit of aix and twelvekept in a &c, and to make all necessary ar- well settled in public opinion that last tract mentioned, porter yesterday that ho was enmentioned, or sufficient thereof to pro torn prices. months tho following desoribid traols er parcels of land lying in Fulton, county, The Republicans of this Distirely satisfied, and that all tho rangements to erect the buildings, the disease was produced from the duce the sum ot moner bo ordered to be FANCY CANDIES, TMA9, The Republican leaders aro in- Turner men in tho city and sever- which shall havo a capacity of not condition of the cow. made. For the purchase price, the pur XINCE-MEAAPICKLES Kentucky, it: trict are dreadfully amused at the chaser, with approved surety or securi AboufJOO acres of landr more r less, dustriously charging that conven- al from the country had expressed less than 400 cells. All matters idea' of the Democrats being harlies, must execute bond, bearinc legal in CRANBERRIES, IIOMINT, ORITS now owned by said defendant, H. H. Wilpertaining to ventilation and other Ffcelctl. John Sherman in tho same way, and terest from the day of sale until paid, son, and being portions of tho S. E. and S. monized by the primary election tion Domocrats will kick against themselves sure it would meet sanitary features of tho building 2few York Graphic.' IK. quarter of section 30, and that ho felt and having the force and effect of a judg the primary election, saying that the N. W. called for August 30th, and claim The revolt against tho Arthur ment. Bidders will bo prepared to com quarter of section 31, all in township 1. tho wishes of all who have here- shall do submited to tho State thoy are certainly mon of too tofore voted the independent tick- Board of health. As far as prac- machine in Louisville, Ky., was at- ply promptly with these terms. Sugar, CoflccHj Saps, Ac. range G west, being the entire tract of that a large number of convention GEO. WARREN, to et, as against tho convention nom- ticable prison labor is to be used tended by shots and stabs, and land now owned by him in said three quar SrWilI not be undersold. Demcrats will kick and keep up much pride to permit Turner Ma:t;r Comminxontr. in tho construction. Ex. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, to tera and bounded as followB: Oa the south dictate hi& plan to tho party; and inee. A primary election is what double delegations were elected. b 'he l?BdB conveyed by U. II. Wilson to the division. Their wish is father men outnumber The in tho next breath they predict they have wanted, and that they iv a,J'i'80Bi on the north by the lands of s to their thoughts. There never two to one, but Tho THE BARTER GROCERY- - Mat Fowler, and those of E. H. Wilson, excuse would now submit their claims to tucky Spanish contract for Ken- the (convoyed to them by said H. II. IHIsoa,) when convention or that Turner will find some former prefertobacco has just been taken the latter will claim regularity for was a time it, regardless of to bolt the election as ordered, ences. On the east by the Dy trsburg road and said for three years by tho Marquis de all that. Should not this matter anti-co- n vcntiQn Democrats didn't ;j. M. .MONTGOMERY, lands sold to II. S. IPilson, and on ho won't permit his name Campas, for whom Rcynis Bros., bo investigated, Mr. Sherman! the No Need of GoiDg From Home MR. to his friends and freshpublic thai prefer a good Democrat to a Re- or that supply of lson by said lands conveyed toE. H. Wiho has opened anew and of this city, aro agents, and it is to go before it. We suspect that and the Vnrtx Unrmonec. to iiuy Your Plows, publican. all kinds of Familt Grocxkizs, which he 0. Also, thetownship line between 5 and Ignoring Fred Oonglnsv. understood to be on terras oqual S. W. quarter of section 19, they don't know what Turner or 1'aiJocah Xewa. will sell as low as the lowest. He ip reato So per pound here. As the to- Commercial Garette-- l township 1 range 5 west, owned by said all times Blaink is the one great leader, any other Democratic leader will There is a hopeless split in tho tal quantity is no less than 39,000 Fred. Douglass was punished at Muse & Shaw have just received dy at prices for to exchange Groceries at H.S. TYilson ajid conveyed to him by R. D. or cash Butter, tho only one left in the Re- do, and only hope that harmony Republican ranks in this district, hhds., it will bo seen that tho sum Pittsburgh yesterday for marrying a large assortment of Plows, con- any kind of marketingEggs, Chickens, and that the farming Brown, Apr, 27, 1880. The tbmraibsioaer and the rumpus between the Custom- involved reaches tho imposing ag- a white woman. Tho colored man's sisting of the famous South Bend friends may bring in. The highest mar will first sell1 the S. W. quarter of section publican party, but thfc Arthur will be prevented. 19 township range 6 west, and if itdoe -house clique and tho City-hagregate of at least $5,000,000. Conference refused to make him Chilled Plow; AVJEREY'S World ket price always paid. office-holdenot bring enough to satisfy said debt inare determined that M. MONTGOMERY k BRO. J. gang, in Paducah, has extended terest and costs, he will then sell the relie shall not bo the nomine for Hon. Geo. Gentry, of Lincoln, all through the twelve counties. Another fact of interest in this even temporary Chairman. And Renowned Plows Chilled and maining tractB, or so much thereof as may connection is that two years ago yet there is notamong them a man Steel, of all descriptions. Also, the President. Say what you please, and the Hon. R. L. Ewcll, of Lau- Two sets of delegates havo been the contract for 20,000 hhds, was of Douglass' force and ability. be necessary to satisfy same. Or sufficient ROELKER. Plow, which cant be thereof to produce the sura of money so orBlaine is a great Statesman and a rel, county, are tho Republican selected for Chicago and two Dis- taken at 5 c per pound. Old dered to be made. For the purchase price, beat. These Plows will be solj trict Chairmen aro appointed. Kentucky is getting up in the man of brains, but the "office ma electors for the State at large. 0X0 The Cincinnati Enquirer sums up the purchasers, with approved surety or Col. Waller, of Trigg, represents world with a vengeance. & Ir tho Presidential outlook as fol- 25 per cent, cheaper than ever soll Recurities, must execute bonds, bearing lecaine" will crush him. It shows" while gal interest from the day of ea'o until Dial. lows: "The Democratic party in Hickman before. They also keep Both Houses of the Legislature the the power of the . of McCraekcn, is prepaid, and having the force and effect of on hand a larcc assortment of Gear Tilboth North and South wants n 0X0- becaaM three fourths of tho Re- have adopted a resolution to Bidders will be prepared t pared to do battle for the Custom ing, .Harness, and Saddlery, to ie and Iloiulricks Tho Legislature has abolished den m die on Monday, May 32. keeps the very best makes of Beer, fresh comply promptly with these terras. publican voters of the country This step will houses. the fish commission but tho fish If not the old ticket, either Payno I sold cheap. Give them a call be; and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to bo endorsed by tho GEO. WARREN. 'How i'leaant 'tl to fa fore purchasing. prefer Blaine. or McDonald will do. MAfcTKK Commission? law continues in force. lirctlircn live iu karaoiirc. people. II serve customers. NntiirUny, AujjunI 30, 184. fi The Courier, for years has beg- SoIIdi'Ictl Whlnky. Courler-Jcuru- n Srossslonal ais. mm mi tm Pe-terma- n, fclf-Al-ui- f, 1 1", w V FXIIS, i uurM-renowm- Fxf-ri- ?c!f-Aba- o three-year-ol- d Sw 3itM p- ly J j EANDLE DEPOT FOR tii-f h e Attorneys at 78 - pat-ronago- if HERTWECK, BALTZER Plonro-Pneu-moni- jM -- FOR SALE. m & CO. tttill AIM ik Bondurant Vice-Preside- nt I mr 1 . A Hickman, Kentucky. TELE I OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, MUCIN!, CQ-PLU- ,0-ROOl.BI- lrlVl l&S&TOilS., HHSA SOl ivaBWU fair-minde- d, far-seein- g J7 Aiiil-Tnrn- cr rel-cra- ts J. W. SOGERS, ( m 3B.C GEO CEEIES, f ,1! ;,, - ex-reb- el k- ex-reb- el " i ex-reb-el ex-reb- el pen-itontia- ry H. JUDGE, Cburt-Ilous- ox-rebe- ls first-clas- to-w- anti-machin- o office-holder- iunn.wji.rai the-wes- t rs -- ll l-4- TIVOLI HALL. City-haller- s, "My-dear-Happ- office-holder- s, Jos. SOHM, Proper. ad-jonr- ;r V-.-4 fr ft O & A- ,j rf -- ss'- r-- r -- .It. , .V- -t; mV'mEI T..T. ..r timw" TWKfiWmSi